This lawyer did parents estate when mom had dementia put her on medicaid for $. Then sibling gets excess income I have to pay, created accounts w mom as joint, refused to pay me back, I couldnt object no lawyer, really want them all caught but no help but need to know my future I have mom and... Read more »
We have an irrevocable trust in New York state from 2012. This was created as part of a larger estate planning that included wills, health care proxies and two trusts. Everything else was properly notarized except this one trust. It is signed by the grantors, however where the grantors signed is... Read more »
The bond is to protect all of the heirs if the administrator does wrong. Signing a waiver of bond will permit the administrator to proceed without a bond, thus without the heirs being protected. Bonds cost money and the waiver saves that cost, which comes out of the inheritance.
The husband had a stroke and is on disability. He wants to put his house, co-owned with wife , in an irrevocable trust for his children. He is then going to receive Medicaid to pay for his maintenance in an assisted living institution. Is the house protected from the liens or other governmental... Read more »
Generally, a will can be changed by putting a single line through the former portion, not obliterating it. Then writing the changes on the pages. But then it should be notarized again. If that was not done the question is, was it a holographic will? That is an Alabama question.
Wants to have a meeting and my husband wanted me to join him the attorney advise my husband that legally he can only meet with the 2 trustees of the trust no 3rd parties allowed my husband was wondering if this is true as he did want me to attend with him and he does not like or trust his moms... Read more »
The trust divided her house into 4 ways. 1 of the beneficiaries has died leaving 3 of us left. 1 of the 3 is currently living in the home refuses to leave or settle the house affairs. I do not know how to obtain my piece of the house. I do not have money to hire a lawyer to settle this. The house... Read more »
Who was appointed as the Trustee (administrator)? It is their job to distribute the assets. If they cannot do it voluntarily, as hoped, then their alternative is to file in Probate Court, to force the sale and distribution. They should hire an attorney if they are not one. The cost would come out...Read more »
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