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Can a power of attorney act as executor.

No, your power of attorney from your father does not override your mother's will, …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 28 days ago

Can I file a will with the court?

Yes, you can. While an attorney is recommended, it is not legally required: you …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 month ago

If my Dad died, do I get his house?

If there is no will leaving the home only to you, then your nephew …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 month ago

Who can drive the car for how long?

Legally, if he is not on the title of the car, he should not …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 month ago

can an irreversable trust be reversed in the state of Ohio?

No, as the term "irreversible" means--though "irrevocable," or cannot be revoked, is the more …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 months ago