My sister had a beneficiary deed on her home in Arizona. The beneficiary is an ex-friend who is also the named executor of her estate. The mortgage was being paid through automatic payments from an account in South Carolina.(where she used to live) I am the beneficiary of that POD account. Because... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2023
I would recommend you talk to an attorney in your state as new York law may be different. If it was in Arizona we would recommend submitting a claim as creditor of the estate for the mortgage payment.
Plus he has a special clause for if one of the boys get disabled the trust is to help him and he does not get his 20%. Pays for other items medicare does not pay.
answered on Jun 2, 2022
I would recommend you talk to an attorney review the Trust. Trusts with special needs considerations are usually more complex than a regular trust. It is very likely the trust may only became irrevocable after the spouse passes away, not after the first person passes away. An attorney will need to... Read more »
as his sole and separate property. 3 children are the beneficiary's.
Question: Does "divide equally" mean the son has to buy the home from the trust?
Or, does it mean son gets the home as parents wish and whatever is left in the trust is then divided equally 3 ways?
answered on Jan 8, 2020
The information provided is not enough to answer your question. We would recommend that you consult with a estate planning attorney and have the attorney review the trust for you.
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