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- Q. My parents died 12 days apart. If they had a will does their will and their items have to go thru probate court, before
- A: First sorry for your loss of parents. If there is a will it will name an executor. That executor will have power granted by the probate court in the proper jurisdiction. This takes a couple weeks at its fastest pace to get the power granted. Once granted the executor can go forward with management of the estate. Seek out a Probate Attorney to assist in the same area your parents resided as they will need to file in the local probate court to get the process started.
- Q. I have a 27 year old who won't move out. He has warrants and pays no rent.
- A: You would wan to run the eviction course for a month to month tenant and follow your local court rules to have him evicted. Once he is evicted please do not allow him to return or you will be back in the same mess even if it is for a short time allowing him to return.
- Q. What would be considered proof of debt from third-party? And if they have proof of debt can they take you to court.
- A: In order for a party to take a person to court there needs to be some connection to the matter by both the third party and you. A possible explanation is if you are a cosigner. You may be considering this a s third party.