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  1. "How would I calculate an executor fee in West Va ? Are there limits? Is there a law that sets the fee if it was not defined in the Will?"

    Typically, fees are determined by statute. Many states' statutes provide for "reasonable" compensation with certain percentages being presumed to be reasonable (e.g., 4% of the first $100k, 3% of the next $400k, etc.). If the executor wants more than the amount presumed to be reasonable, he/she will have to explain to the court why more is reasonable.

    "There is no property to be sold and the total of the Estate is $175,810.49."

    That makes no sense. Those two statements conflict completely. While you don't say whether this is gross or net value, it could not have any value unless it had assets (i.e., property), and any asset is capable of being sold.


  2. In any future posts, it would be helpful if you used something that resembled proper capitalization and punctuation. Doing so will make it easier for others to read and understand what you write.

    katt6055 said...

    have a postnumptual signed after 3 months of marriage

    It's not clear that this is relevant, but it's meaningless to say that you have a postnuptial agreement without also telling us about its material provisions.

    katt6055 said...

    is it advised to divorce so I don't loose my home.

    I really can't imagine any competent attorney advising you to divorce. We have no way of knowing what the chances are that you might lose your home (I assume you're concerned about your husband's credit card debt). In any event, the chances that a divorce might lessen the possibility of that happening are pretty remote, and it's not at all clear why you think it might.

    katt6055 said...

    and then he can file bankruptcy on his own or what?

    I have no idea what this means. Assuming he qualifies, your husband can file for bankruptcy regardless of whether you divorce.


  3. You fill out the form truthfully, you make good on the damages caused as a result of your negligence, and you get insurance or stop driving (which may happen anyway since your license may get suspended).


  4. If the employee had an employment contract with the employer, then the employer's rights are spelled out in the contract. If the employee is a member of a labor union that has a collective bargaining agreement with the employer, then the employer's rights are spelled out in the CBA. In all other cases, the employer can demand that an employee explain his/her absences and, if the employee refuses to do so, the employer can fire the employee (or take lesser action). This may also apply if an employment contract is silent on the subject (in which case, the employer might seek to terminate the employee under a provision allowing termination for cause). However, that might lead to a dispute about whether the employee's refusal to explain sick days constitutes "cause" under the contract.


  5. In any future posts, please make an effort to use something that resembles proper capitalization and punctuation. Doing so will make it easier for others to read and understand what you write.

    deidremje said...

    the ex came up and started hitting the truck

    Ex-what? Husband? Wife? Boyfriend? Girlfriend? Employer? Friend? Employee? And whose ex? Yours? Someone else's? And whose truck was this?

    deidremje said...

    her friend called the cops and was trying to say he beat her

    I assume "he" is your friend and "her" refers to "the ex." But what does "trying to say" mean? Did this person actually say this to the cops? Or are you saying this person tried to speak but was unable to do so for some reason?

    deidremje said...

    how long dose vermont state police have to press charges on him

    The state police don't press criminal charges. Criminal charges are filed/pressed by the state's attorney for the county where the offense occurred. It appears from a quick search that the statute of limitations for simple assault is three years from the date of the offense.


  6. Please turn off the caps lock key.

    smokee said...

    I WAS ARRESTED FOR A CRIME SOMEONE ELSE COMMITED. I WAS JUST PICKED UP CAUSE I WAS NEAR BY. HAPPEND TO ME THREE TIMES.

    What this tells me is that you're not making smart decisions about where you hang out or the persons with whom you associate.

    smokee said...

    I WAS WONDERING IF THOSE CHARGES WILL AFFECT ME IN ANY WAY?

    An arrest is not a charge, and we can't possibly predict your future in this way. If you meant to ask if the possibility exists that the arrests might affect you in some unknown way in the future, the answer is yes.

    smokee said...

    I AM NOW APPLYING FOR HOUSING AND I AM TO NOT HAVE ANY VIOLENCE AGAINST ME.

    Huh?

    smokee said...

    SOMETHING I HAVE NOT EVER BEEN CHARGED FOR.

    Again, huh?


  7. You don't need a court order to request something, but you can't compel the service provider to give you what you want without an order, and you can't get an order unless there is a legal action pending. Note that you cannot press criminal charges; only the prosecuting attorney can do that. All you can do is report the suspected crime.


  8. "when can a be vehicle search by the police?"

    What's "a be vehicle"?

    "can the police search your vehicle in a minor traffic accident when no one is hurt or under the influence"

    Whether someone is or isn't "under the influence" of something is a conclusion that must necessarily be informed by a variety of factors. Whether the police can search a vehicle following a "minor" (whatever that means) traffic accident depends on all the relevant facts and circumstances. It certainly isn't prohibited solely because no one is hurt. For example, if a cop walks by one of the cars and sees a bong sitting on the passenger seat, he sure as hell can search legally.

    "and the vehicles have been moved from the original scene of the traffic accident?"

    I can't imagine why that would be relevant either, but this is a bit of a vague statement. Moved from where to where and by whom? And how much time has passed? And what does "original scene" mean? Are we talking about cars being moved to the side of the road? Or are we talking about a car towed to a repair shop and it's a day later?


  9. "Am I able to collect the rent back for those 7 months he did not have such a certificate as he violated the city ordinance?"

    You still lived there, didn't you? No.

    "If so, what is the ordinance number I would need to cite in court?"

    How on Earth would we know? You didn't identify your state, much less your city.

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