Bessie

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  • in reply to: can we live on the land ? #4200
    Bessie
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    Thank you for your reply. Concerning the needed successions, if the person was not wealthy and his estate was worth less than the amount La. state requires for a succession, does a succession still need to be done or can they individually sign their share over to the granddaughter stating that the estate is not required to have succession according to La. law ? If they do need a succession regardless of law., can it be done just on behalf of that piece of property and can it be done jointly among the 3 families of the deceased heirs. We are looking to save money because the granddaughter is thinking she will be responsible to pay for all this. Thank you so much for your time.

    in reply to: can we live on the land ? #4185
    Bessie
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    William had succession,. Giving property to his children . Each child received a certain peice of land in their name. One child was already deceased at time. Deceased child Nelson, had succession done same time as his Dad,William. Nelson’s eight children received Nelson’s share of land indivision.
    At present time one of Nelson’s grandchildren desires to live on land. Everyone involved in the land desires to give their share to the granddaughter. Can they express their desire to give their inherited portion to this grandchild. Three of the eight of Nelson’s children are now deceased. Still all involved desire this grandchild to own the land since she lives in area and others are far away. Can all the person’s named as owners give their share to this grandchild. What about three who died ? Can their children give their share to this individual family member who desires to live there ? Thank you Sir.

    in reply to: stolen vehicle #4039
    Bessie
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    The salvage owner said he thought it was the Dad’s car. He said Dad called said he had a car to sell. When son arrived with car ,he said it was his DADS CAR. HE figured since Dad called and said he was sending his son,he believed him. Did tell them he would have to crush car with no paperwork. I did tell law why salvage accepted car. I think they believed him.
    I have not made official report but did talk to law.

    in reply to: They told me Medicare would pay #3713
    Bessie
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    I was told that certain key or code wasn’t entered and it did sound like it was simply for nausea for a short while when on potty. It wasn’t even while I was at potty. Report was inaccurate and tremendously brief only stating nausea. What does a person do? I sent Medicare a page from hospital records that said an x-ray was done due to chest pain. They also did an ECG which I didn’t send because someone from Medicare said they didn’t want all my records and to make it brief. I felt reason for x-ray showed there was chest pain. I also sent letter from my cardiologist stating tests reveal I already had one heart attack and anytime I have chest pain I should take an ambulance to hospital.
    I told Ambulance provider Medicare said there was a key or code not provided. They simply said, ” They always say that.”
    How can they do that when EMT assured me Medicare would pay. Then they refused to send trip sheet to Medicare when asked. After I got second denial trip sheet was sent in, same day they mailed letter of second denial telling me trip sheet was not received. If trip sheet is what I think it is, one of papers I asked Provider for, it said stretcher was used and transport reason was for breathing. But report given me only mentioned nausea while on potty. It said reason for call in was because pulse ox showed HR at 140 bpm. Appreciate any help or understanding you can give. My heart settled in ambulance but at home their monitor confirmed the reason I called was accurate. It showed the sudden dramatic fall in heart rate. Seems they didn’t include the recordings in my home. Don’t know why. Thank you for any advice.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by Bessie.
    in reply to: Runaway Bamboo #3692
    Bessie
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    Thank you so very much Lex. Sincerely appreciate that tip !

    in reply to: Runaway Bamboo #3689
    Bessie
    Participant

    Its questionable because I gave my Dad right of way to use my property to get to his home. My Dad had dementia. Was taken advantage of and the bamboo owner name is on my Dad’s property. He does not live in my Dad’s house though. I left the way open in honor of my Dad for the ex wife who is still alive and living there. I question the bamboo owner has the right to pass through my property because he has his own drive that leads directly to my Dad’s home without using my property. It is also a servitude right of way for phone company that had underground wires. And tree trimmers, electrical etc. Bamboo are probably already interfering with some phone lines and will eventually overtake where phone service area is, where they go to work on lines when something is wrong. O wow, do I have some kind of hope.???
    Thank you.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by Bessie.
    in reply to: Runaway Bamboo #3685
    Bessie
    Participant

    I am outside city limits. Isn’t there ANYTHING that I can do. It is also growing in a questionable right of way zone on MY property.

    in reply to: What can I do. #3665
    Bessie
    Participant

    Is it counted as valuable if I am making payments on the purchase of the property. If it is not Paid in full is it a countable asset?
    Thank you.

    in reply to: What can I do. #3663
    Bessie
    Participant

    I have another son disabled. I would like to give him temporary usufruct possibly of above property. Its the only way he would ever have anything but he is not responsible enough for ownership. Its kind of 2 scenarios I am considering. I hope the situation is understandable. Thank you.

    in reply to: workers comp settlement question #3540
    Bessie
    Participant

    Sorry I was hurt in 2009 It’s been 7 years instead of nine. I had a head injury and still don’t always think quite right.

    in reply to: How long to contest? #2478
    Bessie
    Participant

    Thank you so much..

    in reply to: How long to contest? #2476
    Bessie
    Participant

    This was willful fraud. They claimed my Dad had no money but didn't know I had his last bank statement. They claimed there were no cattle. They didn't know I had reported to my cousins they had Dads cattle on their property. We have paper trails for all correspondence and cousins came to see for themselves the cattle building they had on cousins property. I let them know when cattle were gone which was same month they filed paperwork saying Dad had no cattle. There was about 30 head of cattle which should have gone to my brother who was also disabled from leukemia and eventually died. Every single thing they did and said was fraud. I am also disabled. They know that because they live next to me. I never go to work anymore and have to hire for things inside and outside home I used to do myself. They knew. They even left out one of their brothers who is disabled. They gave their Mom ownership rather than usufruct and gave themselves her share and she never signed the papers. I don't know that she even knows what they did. The paperwork was drawn up by the stepson himself and their signatures were notarized by an attorney.Can you tell me now that you know more if the 5 year period still stands or is there anything else that I should know. Should a personal attorney handle this or District Attorney.?Thank you for your input.

    in reply to: Neighbor trying to claim property. #2162
    Bessie
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    It was an act of donation notarized and signed by 2 witnesses but my signature is not on the paperwork. It has been filed at the court house. It was typed out.I have been living on the land since 1990. He gave it to me January 5,2001 according to tax records.Neighbor moved in about 2002.

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