Me and my brother own the house and property that my parents lived in. I want to sell him my half but either he can't get the money or won't pay 1/2 of appraisal value. I am the oldest of both of us and I have no desire to keep another house. If he can't buy my part, I suggested to put it up for... Read more »
but couldn't find one. I was told there wasn't a deed that it has been past down without a deed. I have been paying taxes on this piece of property for years. I want to have it put in my name, because there are things i want to have done and i can't do it because my hands are tied. I have to have... Read more »
If an estate was opened at the courthouse for your father and his father, then the estate file(s) would indicate how title to the land passed. If estates weren’t opened for either, then you would need to do that to obtain clear title. There are also a couple other options you may have....Read more »
When my grandmother passed away, she left the house and land equally to me and my aunt. Instead of selling the house and dividing the proceeds, my aunt has continued to live there since her passing. Currently, my aunt and I are somewhat estranged and I do not know what preparations she has made.... Read more »
Administrator of my father's estate have the authority to prevent any beneficiary from accessing the residence? And is the Administrator the final decision maker on the sale price of the residence, and do all the beneficiaries have to agree on the sale price of the residence, along with any... Read more »
The beneficiaries of the estate own any real property located in NC upon the death of the decedent, although the administrator can petition to bring the real property back into the estate if it is needed to pay the claims of creditors or costs of administration. Unless that is the case, the...Read more »
His son manipulated me and told me he had the money to fight me and I would get nothing . His father and I had been split up for a year but I still took care of him . his son give me 5000 but my id wasn't even valid and I dont remember signing the papaers due to me doing pills trying to cope with... Read more »
clerk of the court. This is a simple estate with some personal items and a house. The will leaves the house to the heirs and directs them to assume any debts. They are not required to sale the house. The clerk gave us a form AOC 505 - revised 5/19, which refers to "Real Estate Willed to the... Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. The best option for your situation is for the person who is executor or administrator of the estate to file a petition to recover personal property with the clerk of court to try and have the property returned. Feel free to contact me if you’d like further...Read more »
A person’s primary residence isn’t considered a countable asset for Medicaid purposes if they intend to return to the home (this is a very low standard to meet) so owning it wouldn’t impact his eligibility to qualify. Any cash that he received from the sale of the home would count against his...Read more »
Although it depends on the surrounding circumstances, if he was competent and not subject to undue influence or duress the revocation of the amendment would probably be considered valid by a court. You should definitely discuss this further with an attorney.
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