Nevada 1997: Grandma died testate. Her estate worth $6000. She willed it to my disabled mom who'd lived with her as caregiver for 3 yrs before Grandma went into nursing home. Grandma's attorney filed Order to Set Aside, adding that Medicaid Estate Recovery lien for $16k was... Read more »
Before filing you could call MERS and inquire if either your grandmother or mother owe MERS money. You would need to then file 2 Petitions for Set Aside, assuming MERS is not owed money or you are going to pay MERS to the property. MERS needs to be noticed in both your grandmother's and...Read more »
You would benefit from speaking with an attorney about Will substitutes that avoid probate. There are a few options you may want to consider. Also if you decide a Will is right for you, there are a number of benefits of having an attorney prepare it, including have powers of attorney and a living...Read more »
Do you have a court order appointing you executor and Letters testamentary? If so, present those two court filed pleadings and the bank should allow you to open the estate account, not trust. If not, you may need to open a probate estate through the courts. I encourage you to speak with a Nevada...Read more »
My mother passed away in 2007. My grandfather recently passed away and my brother and I were told by our aunt and uncle that we were removed from his will because our mother died however his home went into probate. She has been trying so hard to get my brother and I to sign waivers and we are not... Read more »
No, it is not illegal, but it may not be a good idea. There a lot of issues to consider: insurance, damage, possible eviction of tenant; probate completing before the end of the lease, difficult to sell if necessary, possibly needing court approval to allow a tenant; objection by beneficiaries,...Read more »
Pursuant to Nevada law, since the Will predates the marriage, she is entitled to receive all community property AND 1/2 or or 1/3 of the separate property, depending upon how many children he has. This is opinion is solely based upon the facts presented in the inquiry. Additional facts may be...Read more »
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