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  1. Estate Planning Issues: Re: What Items Should an Estate Executor Be Given

    How can you remember all of them? I can't. Maybe you are a lot younger an I am.
  2. Estate Planning Issues: Re: What Items Should an Estate Executor Be Given

    How do they know if a similar question has been posted, then?
  3. Estate Planning Issues: Re: What Items Should an Estate Executor Be Given

    Do you just go through and check every posting and match it to others and look for dupes?
  4. Estate Planning Issues: What Items Should an Estate Executor Be Given

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    I met with my estate executor (who is a blood relative) this week to let him know what I was doing to make it easier for him. I...
  5. Trespassing: Re: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    Today I received this communication from the MOW office:

    We have contacted the client and reinforced the rules of the program most notably in this instance that all pets must be contained at the...
  6. Trespassing: Re: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    Their phone number is on the route list, but doesn't do me any good when I don't have a cell phone.
  7. Trespassing: Re: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    Well, that's what I thought. It was never a problem before this and I've been working on meal delivery for 8 years. Also, if a client is not going to be home between 11 am and 1 pm, they are supposed...
  8. Trespassing: Re: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    I am admitting that I assumed the client was informed that meals would be delivered and take steps to see someone was there to accept them and have the dog under control.
  9. Trespassing: Re: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    We can't leave food if we do not see the client. The meals have to be placed in the hand of the client or another responsible person. We are instructed to also check on the client to make sure they...
  10. Trespassing: Delivering Food, I Was Attacked by a Dog. Who is in the Wrong

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: New York

    I work a volunteer job bringing food to shut-ins (a.k.a. meals-on-wheels). Last week, there was a new client on the route. When I...
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    Retailers: Buying Small Amounts of Gasoline

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: New York

    I've been buying gas for my lawnmower for years at the convenience store at the end of the street. I take an Arizona iced tea...
  12. Wills: Re: Should I Give a Copy of My Will to My Executor

    That particular point did not come up. I just asked if I should give a copy to the executor. I didn't ask her to explain her reply.
  13. Wills: Should I Give a Copy of My Will to My Executor

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    I had a revised will drawn up. I asked the attorney if I should give a copy to my executor. I was told not to give him a copy and...
  14. Trust Administration: Should Documents with a Decedent's Social Security Number Be Shredded

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    I was going through a collection of my grandmother's papers. I know some can be discarded to recycling without destroying like old...
  15. Estate Assets and Debts: Who Should Get Possession of Old Insurance Policies

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    I was going through some old papers and found three insurance policies, dated 1947, that my maternal grandmother had in which her...
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    Professional Conduct: Re: Representing a Close Relative

    Let's say it was vehicular accident where a fatality was involved.
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    Professional Conduct: Representing a Close Relative

    My question relates to legal practice in the state of: New York

    Should an attorney recuse him/herself from defending a close relative? Would it be considered a conflict of interest? Would it even...
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    Service Providers: Re: Fuel Oil Company Refuses Delivery

    Good news - the old lady was able to get a delivery of fuel and get her furnace restarted.
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    Service Providers: Fuel Oil Company Refuses Delivery

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: New York

    1) An elderly homeowner is physically incapable of clearing a 100 foot path through a 8 inches of heavy snow to the fuel oil...
  20. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Who is Liable for a Public Sidewalk

    There have been many changes to local govt since this ordinance was enacted, but they won't rescind it. I spoke to a village board member a few years ago about getting a sidewalk plow or blower, but...
  21. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Who is Liable for a Public Sidewalk

    I can't even put sawhorses or any other type of barrier since it is illegal to prevent someone form using the public sidewalk. If the village says the sidewalk it is my property and not their's, why...
  22. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Who is Liable for a Public Sidewalk

    I received another message from the mayor:

    "If you are unable or unwilling to maintain your property, maybe it's time you sold your house and moved away."

    Talk about sympathetic officials. Of...
  23. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Who is Liable for a Public Sidewalk

    That first photo is right across the street from me!

    Since I live on the main street which is also a state highway, when the state plows go through at 40 MPH, they turn what would be 6 inches of...
  24. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Who is Liable for a Public Sidewalk

    New York. Here is the ordinance:

    http://www.villageofstillwaterny.org/VillageBdMeetings/PDFs/sidwalk_law.pdf
  25. Land Use and Zoning: Who is Liable for Maintaining a Public Sidewalk

    Our village board has enacted an ordinance whereby property owners are responsible for maintaining and cleaning the public sidewalks that adjoin their property. Thereby claiming the village is not...
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