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Posts posted by adjusterjack

  1. I think you may have misunderstood something.


    The estate pays its debts to the extent that the estate has sufficient "assets" to pay them., not just money.


    When the money runs out the executor must sell any remaining non-money assets to cover the remaining debts.


    So if there is a house, a car, personal property, jewelry, antiques, etc, you must sell those items to pay the credit card debt.


    You, as the executor can be held responsible for remaining debts if you fail to perform your fiduciary duties by selling everything and paying all the debts to the extent that the sale enables you.


    Once the "value" of the estate (not just the money) is down to zero and there is nothing left, that's when you give the bad news to creditors that they are out of luck.


    Have a chat with your lawyer about all that and see if I'm right.



  2. 1 hour ago, rhondapink1 said:

    If I lived with a married man for 18 years and he has passed do I  have a legal right to anything.



    Other than anything you owned as your separate property, no, you have no right to anything, unless he left you something in his will.


  3. 2 hours ago, Dr. Dan said:

    That's where I started almost two weeks ago.


    You should have said that in your post and I wouldn't have had to waste my time bringing it up.


    7 minutes ago, RetiredinVA said:

    I would assume the utility company has an easement over the area where the hole was dug.  If that is the case, they have the right to keep the hole open until they have finished whatever they were doing.  


    The dirt from the hole is outside the easement and is preventing OP from using his own property.


    What can he do about that?


    Maybe get a shovel and move the dirt back into the hole? ;)

  4. 1 hour ago, Waterlover212 said:

    No, but they mention that tenants are required to have cold water. Read through it carefully.


    It's 105 degrees in Phoenix as I write this. I turned on the kitchen cold water tap and the temperature of the water stream was 100 degrees. I took a couple of minutes to cool down to 80 degrees and that's where it stayed. At 80 degrees it was cool to the touch but tepid (lukewarm) when I drank it.


    Like you, I prefer drinking cold water so I keep a couple of gallons in the fridge and drink from them.


    I have no preference when I brush my teeth so tap water is fine.


    My advice: Keep water in the fridge. Drink from it and brush your teeth with it because you sure as heck don't have a "legal" issue here.

  5. 2 hours ago, VeraCaUSA said:

    Let's start with solicitation of prostitution for one,  (Ohio Rev. Code § 2907.21). 


    PG1067 is right about your lack of reading comprehension. That statute addresses forcing others to engage in prostitution. Like procuring minors for the pleasure of pedophiles or pimps beating up women and sending them out on the streets with the threat of more beatings if they don't bring back money.




    It has nothing to do with the topic of this thread.

  6. 5 hours ago, pg1067 said:

    Neither the pictures nor the article explained it (and I didn't feel like waiting for the ridiculously long prescription drug ad that played before the video), but whatever....


    I didn't see any ad because I have a very good ad blocker on my computer.  The video showed a high pressure geyser of water slamming the upper parts and roofs of two adjacent row houses.

  7. 11 minutes ago, Curious21 said:

    I am curious as to know what I can do. I do not have the money to hire an attorney, as they do. I am becoming worried that money might hinder my chances. 


    You got that right.


    The way I see it is the father has a right to be concerned.


    Your fiancé is an alcoholic. A drunk. Charged twice with DUI only means he drinks and drives on other occasions and wasn't caught. That your child wasn't present at the time is irrelevant. He could just as well be present next time. Drunks have no control over themselves. They don't think about the consequences of what they are doing when they do it. Any number of unforeseen things can happen that puts your child in the car with a drunk driver no matter how much you swear up and down that it won't happen.


    You really do need a lawyer.

  8. 1 hour ago, Jliz said:

    I was wondering if they can sue the water company for all the stress the family is going through.


    They can sue because anybody can sue anybody for anything. They just aren't going to win.


    1 hour ago, Jliz said:

     What type of lawyer would take a case like this.


    An ambulance chaser from the law firm of Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe.


  9. 20 minutes ago, Property Owner said:

    1. Is this bylaw contrary to Oregon trespass laws?


    Of course not.


    20 minutes ago, Property Owner said:

    2. Doesn't this bylaw exceed the authority of a private association?


    I don't have time to look it up but my guess is that the laws that govern water districts allow the districts the autonomy to create and change bylaws.


    20 minutes ago, Property Owner said:

    3. Doesn't a land owner have the right to forbid entry to their land, even in the face of such a bylaw?


    Sure. You have the right to stand there and forbid entry until a judge says otherwise.


    20 minutes ago, Property Owner said:

    4. What recourse do I have now to get this bylaw removed, considering that the board was so unwilling to compromise and restrict the scope of the bylaw?


    Hire a lawyer and sue the water district but my guess is that you will lose because of:


    20 minutes ago, Property Owner said:

    The bylaw passed in a close vote.


    As close as the vote was it's obvious that enough members of the district were in favor of it to get it to pass.


    I don't think you are going to win this but you are welcome to spend your money on litigation and try.

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