the house was original in my wife and i name but since she has passed i have probated the will and need to know what paperwork needs to go to the courts to have just my name on the deed
answered on Apr 25, 2022
The answer to this question will depend on what is stated in the Probate Court Order and also the powers stated in the will. You may be required to take additional steps before transferring the title to real estate. If so, missing these steps would affect the title.
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answered on Dec 25, 2021
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my husband died and I assumed the house went directly to me. but I'm not sure. I want my brother to get the bulk if not all of my estate. my deceased husband and I have 1 living daughter left but her and her husband have been contacting other parties behind my back about purchasing my home,... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2021
I send you my condolences for the passing of your loved-one. For the best answers to your questions you should use the Justia “find a lawyer” tool. Contact an estate planning attorney for a consult. This way you will have the opportunity to discuss all of your concerns and plan your estate for... Read more »
My husband passed with no will and i am not on his bank account what do i need to do? My stimulus went to that acct and his last check the bank will not let me do anything with because it is to estate of
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answered on Jan 20, 2021
I send condolences. You should contact a probate attorney in Georgia for a consultation.
The probate lawyer you hire will help you navigate the probate court process to obtain the authority you need.
I’m listed to receive his part of the estate but am I entitled to the money listed for him
To receive separate from that
answered on Jul 19, 2020
I agree that more information is needed here. I suggest you contact a probate attorney in your area.
I need help looking at Mama's account and taxes. There is probably just the house and some shares in some family stock. Hopefully I will be able to use phone conferences.
answered on Jul 2, 2020
My condolences to you on the passing of your mother.
I recommend your attorney be local in or near the same county as where your mother resided.
answered on Apr 1, 2018
They might. However, the answer will depend on the exact wording of the bequest in the Will.
Husband recently passed, our home was solely in his name & my name was never added to the property deed. Mortgage company has advised that I can assume mortgage/home once I submit a transfer deed in my name. Since husband is deceased this simple process is now confusing. I would like to get... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2018
The transfer can still be simple. However, it must be done through the probate court. You should speak to an attorney for help with this.
answered on Feb 14, 2018
Consult a lawyer concerning the appointment of a temporary administrator. A temporary administrator has limited court authority generally to collect and protect the assets of the estate.
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