You won't. We never recommend that people pay their parent's medical bills, because there is no guarantee that you will be reimbursed. If your mom cannot afford the care, I would look into getting her on Medicaid.
Assuming that you qualify for Medicaid, they cover whatever your income doesn't. So if you have $1,500 /month from social security and your assisted living is $7,000 /month, Medicaid will cover $5,000. This is a VERY basic example, there are a couple other factors that come in to play, but I...Read more »
I am being asked to give evidence of all financial transactions made since the date of death (4/21/2016). If I need to do this, am I able to give copies of the Inheritance Tax paperwork or the bank statements, or do I have to copy the bank ledger? Thank you
Depends. Towards the end of the probate process you do an "accounting" which lays out all of the money that has come in and gone out of the Estate. If all of the beneficiaries agree you can waive this, and just go straight to the R&R bonds.
You would file a motion the same way you would in Civil court, it would just go the Judge who handles Probate. Examples can be found on the County Court's website.
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