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221 Questions Answered
- Q. Management company asking for 4% on sale of my house to current tenants.
- A: Without seeing the contract it is not possible to answer your question. You should have an attorney to assist with the sale in any event, so have that attorney review the contract you have.
- Q. RE: PROBATE Hi ~ I am currently working with a probate attorney. I retained him on 9.15 and signed docs which hit the
- A: Since the courts are not fully operational this may be the cause for delay. Also it depends on the county whether the attorney can submit opening orders for the Judge to sign without a hearing. You should consult with your attorney prior to paying any of your sister's bills. Generally there will need to be a claim filed depending on the type of debt clear debt with your attorney prior to paying any more bills
- Q. I have a will done in Georgia I now live in Florida do I need will now?
- A: If the will done in Georgia meets the requirements of will in Florida it still can be admitted to probate in Florida. As a precaution you should have the will reviewed by an attorney in Florida familiar with preparing wills since probate laws differ from state to state, to make sure the intentions under Georgia law will be the same under Florida law, and to make sure the language in the notarized acknowledgement will be sufficient to allow the will to be self proving under Florida law. As a general rule it is always a good idea to review your will and determine if it needs updating at least every 5 or so years.
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