Bankruptsy for someone not able to work
My father-in-law recently had major heart surgery, and due to his health cannot work. He has many bills that he cannot pay back in a reasonable amount of time, and is considering bankruptsy. He has nowhere to live, but has the opportunity to purchase a cheap mobile home. Should he make the purchase, then file for bankruptsy, or file for bankruptsy then make the purchase? Or is bankruptsy not advisable? Thank you for your help.
My 88 year old mother inlaw put a $1,000 deposit on a mobile home which was supposed to be ready to move into on Sept. 5th, however when she had her stuff moved to the location (she had to be out of her house on that date) the place was not ready and not fit to move into. The owner did not keep his promise to fix things up to her approval, also there was no electric service and other things wrong as well, which would put her in danger. The owner will not give her the deposit back. What can be done to retrive her $1,000. She was given a paper stating that deposits are non refundable, however she did not sign it.
If the daughter is the power of attorney and there is a living competent spouse (step-father). Who of the two takes priority on making any medical decisions?
Power of Attorney
My question is about a husband who is in jail, can he give power of attorney to his mother , even though the wife and husband own a business and a house to gether, or does the wife have to sign to let the mother get power of attorney.
guuardianship vs dpoa
I am trying to apply for guardianship
over a man whom I have been his
caregiver for over 3 years. He has
no family. He does have demantia.
He already has amedial durable
power of attorney, but she is abusing
her power. If I were able to prove
this in court would I then be able to
have her removed if I was granted
guardianship? I know I could no
longer be his caregiver. He has short
term memory loss but is able to
make some health care decisions.