that the terms of the trust updated August 21, 2003 directs that upon termination, the trust property is to be distributed to my siblings and myself, share and share alike. I was told that the property held by the Declaration of Living Trust dated August 14, 1998. that the real estate was never... Read more »
It’s my grandmother’s estate. She had 6 children only 3 are living and the other 3 have passed so 3 grandchildren and 3 of her children have been attempting to divide and sell all of her assets. It has been a messy 2 year process and I do not have the time to continue pursuing it. I want to... Read more »
My father's living trust instrument was amended in 2000, He later update the trust instrument giving a person rights to occupy with provisions in 2003, which trust instrument do we follow? He passed away in 2004.
A family member left her son a life estate and upon his passing left it jointly to myself and my brother and then to each of our children. The problem is the current life tenant struggle with both up keeping a very large farm and also financially struggles to pay the taxes due on it. Him, myself... Read more »
If the current life tenant wants to sell, and both remainder men are in agreement, just sell it to a purchaser. OnCe all three of you sign a deed, the life estate is extinguished and the property can be conveyed.
My dad died and he left me his wallet and asked me to take care of bills and house before he went to hospital. When he died their will said my sister was power of attorney so I gave her all the things to pay bills and stuff. She says I spent money wrong and wants to press charges on me for it.
My father and stepmom bought 10 acres and built a house on it about 10 years ago. They revealed to me that the house and property will go to stepsister instead of splitting it between all kids. The property is in Kentucky.
The decease was living with her oldest daughter, and her middle daughter brought her a piece of furniture over 5 years ago. There is no Will & the middle daughter wants it back while the oldest daughter (whom which the deceased lived with for over 5 years) state’s no. Her reason for not... Read more »
The recent death of the projected executor of this will and trust has placed the Senior citizen settler in a very vulnerable position. There is much animosity from the deceased's in-laws including his widow and adult daughter whom are threatening a challenge immediately on grounds of the... Read more »
My husband and I had a trust made in 2001 and bought property in ky in 2002. The trust wasn't recorded but the deed states Robert and rose husband and wife now in2019 he passed away with both our wills states the other receives all property. Now I'm trying to sell it and atty states that... Read more »
Support to him and his sister. Since this is a debt that will be paid off during the probate process and all.. will his children receive the money he owes for child support beings they are over 18? Needed answer for state of Kentucky. Thank you!
Anybody can contest a will. That doesn’t mean they will succeed. You should have an attorney help you with this. Sometimes it makes sense to offer them a little something to go away but if you do that you need an attorney to help you draft an ironclad settlement and release.
I put my life on hold the last four years to take care of my dad and I do it again. The last appointment I took my dad to the doctor told him he was dying and had few days left. My dad on the way home told me to take his truck that he wanted me to have it and also he wanted me to have the house... Read more »
My father was the trustee but he passed away. My brother is listed on the trust as successor trustee so we are trying to change the trustee on the insurance. The form asks for the KY state law governing this trust. Where can we find that information?
Check your purchase contract to see if you have a financing contingency. If you were working with a real estate agent or any attorney, most likely it does. If it contains a financing contingency, meaning you don't have to purchase if you can't get a loan, then follow the procedure in...Read more »
He now has the small tract of farm land up for sale. Is there any legal way to stop such activity ? He is currently going through divorce and ran wife off, so he could take up with a married lady. Am wondering if there is some type document that can be filed for the return of equity that he has... Read more »
The thing about gifts is you can't take them back. The best you can do now, if you have other children or beneficiaries, is make sure your clearly takes into account these prior gifts as advances against his inheritance.
Just FYI, had you hired an attorney before making those gifts,...Read more »
It is not possible to correctly answer your question without a lot more information, but it sounds like you and your sister inherited a house together. It also sounds like your sister is living in it and you are not. You have the right to live in it as well. You also have the right to sell your...Read more »
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