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Posts by MoOli  

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Last Post: 20 Jan 2019
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MoOli   
2 Sep 2018
Law / Inheritance Law in Poland (protecting myself from in laws) [25]

As to the will- it cannot 'disinherit' completely ppl otherwise

Does that mean that my sister in law/brother in law and there kids can still put a claim incase of me and my wifes death? And my kids will have to share the properties with them?

That's why me and my wife made a will in Poland and in US mentioning Polish properties to be transferred to our kids specifying there identities.

Definitely won't be getting Polish citizenship

And Please before even you think to make sure it will not be a burden.My son in the last 5 years couldn't give up Polish citizenship(Application sent in 2013) and had huge problems getting top security clearance for his job.Smart me got it for him when he was a toddler and has rather become a curse for him now and he is not allowed to leave the country without permission.
MoOli   
2 Sep 2018
Law / Inheritance Law in Poland (protecting myself from in laws) [25]

What I meant was not about immediate relatives like spouse,offspring etc,I meant that the relatives/siblings etc have no rights to claim only the spouse and kids with will in Poland.Parents lately I heard can ask for living expenses even from living children.Thats why I mentioned will in Poland.

But incase of OP if she gets the will in Australlia executed with Polish property mentioned her hubbis siblings will have hard time as she can ask her Aussie court decision executed in Poland since cases in Polish courts linger for years and a decision could be made quicker there(only if she is not a Polish citizenor she will be under Polish laws and not Australian)
MoOli   
2 Sep 2018
Law / Inheritance Law in Poland (protecting myself from in laws) [25]

rozdzielnosc majatkowa

Does that mean separation of assets?If that is the one you mentioning then its not a cure its just delaying the problem as when one spouse dies the other spouse inherits and the problems from siblings start all over again.

Also incase after making the will one spouse dies the other can quickly get the will formed in her native country executed then the court system in Poland,also with Polish property(if its mentioned in the will in her country. The only solution suggested to me by a lawyer and notariuz is to pay the notariuz 200pln and draft a will and file it as then the greedy ones will have to first prove that the will was wrong.

It is Polish law when an property is bought by a married person the other spouse has to sign on the deed as well(new law in 2017 or18,before one party could buy on both names without mortgage) until one spouse writes a written statement that he/she has nothing to do with it.But it is always better to buy together and have a official will.
MoOli   
2 Sep 2018
Law / Inheritance Law in Poland (protecting myself from in laws) [25]

@OP,Go to a Notariozs and draw up a will and the notary will register it also.I have done that with my investments in Poland and draw up a will in your native country and register it there as well(I know about USA not about Australlia) and do mention your property in Poland or otherwise,establish a estate and one of the spouses or immediate kids will be the beneficiary of the estate including Polish investments.
MoOli   
4 Jul 2018
News / Political life of Poland [135]

Dirk,I have to tell you, to become polish citizen or resident they don't even have medical tests requirement,lately they started finger printing for immigration,8 years back they didn't even have that...go figure.
MoOli   
4 Jul 2018
Real Estate / Residential areas near Krakow business park [3]

2500pln?? dude will not get you far doing shopping in zabka.Try near biedronka buying cheap $ store stuff they sell for high profits.
MoOli   
4 Jul 2018
Law / Received confirmation citizenship was approved from Polish Embassy. What's next? [25]

I have to agree with Rich 50% on his views cuz I also had the hospital asking me money apprx 450 zl upfront to take my xray etc to treat me which is my first hand exp.I have medicover best plan they have for 5000 something zl a yr.I did have to go back to there admin office to get the paperwork and submit to medicover which credited the money to my acct.I ALSO DONT LIKE POLAND AND POLES ATTITUDE ESP LATELY.But I do like the money returns I make there and low?like NO taxes there.They raised taxes by 50% in my field,I will be paying almost 38kzl more in taxes with 0 benefits this year.Its better then US still a bit.Poles are lately up in thin air and show off like idiots compared to Americans.Who cares about Polish citizenship! its a curse anyway,KEEP POLES OUT OF USA AND MAKE THEM PAY MORE FOR VISA FEES TO USA.
MoOli   
2 Jun 2018
Travel / Poland - never again [593]

Never mess with the authority esp cops in the usa
MoOli   
3 Feb 2013
Love / Polish Catholic girl - do you have the same relationship problem as me? [28]

Why?Why cant people be allowed to choose there relegion or way of living?I know you are muslim but why your kids have to be when they dont want to follow the path you want them to?why shouldnt people of diff relegions ger married?or change relegion what there MALE spouse wants?when you wake up do think:))
MoOli   
3 Feb 2013
Love / Polish Catholic girl - do you have the same relationship problem as me? [28]

hummingbird20: like when you have kids which religion they will be affiliated toThey can be not affiliated to any religion.They can choose when they are grown ups

Agreed 100%, my wife is RC and I am more like athiest,oneof my kid chose to be baptised,other one an adult has not decided,and we dont pressurise them in any form.They can choose what they want.
MoOli   
1 Feb 2013
USA, Canada / Getting a VISA to USA by a Polish person nowadays [339]

where Brits are too lazy to move their arses

Wrong carol:) they all moving to Poland to teach english for a cheaper high life>There own country cannot provide what Poland can:))
MoOli   
30 Jan 2013
Life / Washing machine in the bathroom of Poles [78]

Electricity...in bathrooms????

Yes One needs it for electric shavers recharging of toothbrushes etc not to mention women need of recharging there viberators:))
MoOli   
30 Jan 2013
Life / Polish females who made it [9]

it was Polish women who took care of everything, children, household, etc

not to mention my wife EWA NIKOLAS:)
MoOli   
30 Jan 2013
Life / Street names in Polish towns/cities [16]

I was waiting for a few days

there is a gandhi street in warsaw(dont know exact name u find out jeneious) and rondo washangtona(washington).If I ever become a builder I will name a street ul obama:)
MoOli   
29 Jan 2013
Real Estate / The current property boom in Poland is a bubble [342]

saying that Poland is not set to show real signs of major slow down until 2035.

Maybe they are right in there own way,its like22 years to come.There are ups and downs in 2 decades,and maybe they are predicting the worse slow down then.The current slow down I think will continue till 2015/16 when it will bottom out,but the slow down now will be gradual(I think),until banks choke,people will collect money and cant wait to invest(like its happening in states now) and slowly the market picks up.
MoOli   
29 Jan 2013
Life / Can you purchase Plus Mobile Polish Prepaid SIM cards online? [5]

I wanted to give her a SIM card from Plus so that she could call her family and friends back home.

Buddy ever heard of MAGIC JACK? 20$ a year covers year of landline and cell fone unlimited calls..all one needs is an internet.And have your own number.She can send one there.Again I have polish plus card which can be recharged on the there site.go to PLUS.PL. GOOD LUCK!
MoOli   
29 Jan 2013
Australia / I am moving back to Poland - to live from Australia. Is it a good idea? [29]

I am nowhere near Polish just married to a polish woman 25 yrs,coming to Poland 13 years,and decided to live in Poland after kids grew out.Did some investments and in process of moving full time there from states.Love it,adore it,cherish it,will die for it.We are not rich maybe land rich but cash poor in this economy but can afford better living standards than in states where health insurance costs her 1200$ a month with heavy copay compared to 900pln in Poland.with place to live costs /will be less then 10k$ a year while we pay over 13k just in house realestate tax and insurance not to mention repairs property maintence like lawn care/snow removal.If you have a place to live and a small income you will just do fine.I did live in sydney for 71/2 yrs of my student life but Poland is different.

we are 15+ years older then you are so maybe your needs are different but Poland does suit us...even though my polish sux.I am sure you are making the right move if thats what you expect from life.Remember life comes once:)))
MoOli   
27 Jan 2013
Life / What is the penalty for driving a car without the annual technical inspection? [17]

In Canada there is a 'collector' license plate you can put on your car and then it is exempt from inspections, etc. The car has to be 25 years old, and in decent shape, and there are restrictions on driving it to work and such. Is there a similar kind of thing in Poland

i got my 1976 maluch that way in states in 2001 as antique.I suppose in Poland are usually same laws but not sure as I did see some american over 25 years old cars with antique plates.In states one can only drive I think 500 miles a year and have QQ plates lol no seat belt or inspection requirements, registration valid for 4 years and is free,even there is a insurance calleg Haggerty insurance company that charges me 250$ a year for insurance.
MoOli   
27 Jan 2013
Real Estate / Can foreigner buy apartment in Warsaw, Poland? [33]

I dont know if you know the difference between a town home and a condominium?In Poland you need no permit to buy a condominium, but being a non EU passport holder you do need permission to buy land(any kind) and a house(since land is involved) there are other ways to get around it ...popular one is to make a small company other is spouse name(if u are married) if they Polish passport holders.In Poland most flats are condominiums, but check it out as some commercial places are also same.You have to get somebody reliable to go to the respective municipal registry court and get the papers the morning before you close as NOTARIUSZ (Polish lawyer for both seller and buyer) mostly is a fuked up person who plays with his rules and believes (tamed by commies as an exclusive breed which still exists)Poles are so worried if foreigners buy there land they will steal it:))and run away:))
MoOli   
27 Jan 2013
Real Estate / The current property boom in Poland is a bubble [342]

we opted for the second choice and it proved to be the wiser.

Honestly,why you think was wiser?During that time in 2000 i bought a flat in centre paid 2500zl a sq mtr for 39odd sq metres.I wish someone would have guided me and I wouldve bought a house there.But I underestimated Poland and no one to guide me until in 2004 i woke up and started buying.After that till 2008 I kept on buying...but right now the prices vary so much in centrum that its unbeleiveable from 3k a sq m to 24 k a sq m.I wish I could post links here to prove but I dunno how to.....just to proove look at otodom commercials on allegro.pl,infact im now looking something for 10% return which i did but dont know yet till i meet the realtors who freeking lie to get people calling them to show another fuked up property.