my grandpa just recently died 2months ago, he was a military vet, and my fathers name was mentioned in the will as well but he shortly died after my grandpa and i was wondering will i be able to collect that as well? and how do i go about receiving my distribution, because i live out of state???
I am sorry about the loss of your grandpa and your father. If you are named as a beneficiary in your grandpa's Will, you will eventually receive your distribution (assuming there are sufficient funds in the estate) from the executor of his estate. This may take awhile, as the process of...Read more »
Your question was cut off, so I will only state a few generalities regarding real estate and mortgages. In your Will, you can leave the property to your sons. If your estate is large enough, funds from your estate can be used to pay off the mortgage before it transfers to your sons, and in your...Read more »
Will states ALL goes to her 19yearold son. Husbands name is not on any asset or insurance documents. Sharon owns everything alone. Executor of estate will hire a lawyer because will was done without lawyer. Is there Anya way that estranged husband can get part of her estate?
Typically, under Pennsylvania law, a spouse that is left out of a will has the right to elect against the will. In doing so, the surviving spouse would receive an amount roughly equal to one-third of the property. Thus, its difficult to disinherit a spouse. However, under Pennsylvania law, a spouse...Read more »
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