The intent was for them to regain strength and return to a senior facility in Wyoming. If they die here are they subject to Arizona laws such a probate for estate? The Will was created in Wyoming with only money as assets.
The total facts and circumstances really matter. It's worth a sit down with an experienced attorney to discuss. It can be really important to get ahead of issues like this, so things run as smoothly as possible. It may also be worth looking into a trust or other mechanism for transfer that...Read more »
My ex mother in law died in a car accident 3 days ago, she didnt have a will but has stated to multiple people that I was the one that she wanted to be executor. she was suppose to get in writing but died before doing so. She was living with her boyfriend who is a drug addict and was abusive to... Read more »
It depends on the assessed value of the home whether you're allowed to use that process. There are a lot of unknown important factors that make it difficult to completely answer your question. I'd reach out to an experienced probate attorney so that he or she can get the facts required...Read more »
Generally speaking, it is a normal part of the trust administration process to seek a release of liability for the Trustee when finalizing a trust administration. You do not have to sign; however, it would likely hold up the process for you receiving your distribution (and maybe others) from the...Read more »
Vehicle and some money, no other assets or debts. He and siblings are obviously heirs but do they need to officiate that they are? They need to get hos vehicle out of impound asap but only in dads name.
The time constraint adds an element that is more difficult to address without probate. However, here is some good information for small estates; the only things is the decedent has to be dead for at least 30 days for it to be used:
https://superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/llrc/prob_pbse1/...Read more »
In 1998 I married my wife and in 2000 started a 3100 sqft addition to the building. In 2010 my wife had a stroke and all work stop. In 2020 my wife died without a will, the property is still in my name only.
My wife had a daughter from a previous marriage she is asking for half of the... Read more »
A fiduciary LLC has filed a petition requesting a hearing. An emergency hearing has been scheduled for 9/8. Another hearing labeled Miscellaneous(Appearance) is scheduled for 9/22. We have received solicitations to be represented for a percentage of the estate. Decedents may have died intestate.
My sister is not cooperating with me at all. She claims all papers including his Will, and Death Certificates were destroyed in a mysterious house fire last year. My dad left some property and money behind and I believe my sister has been lying about everything.
Other sibling and family moved in with me, after a fight, the other sibling filed and was granted a restaining order forcing me out, and is now taking me and beneficiary sibling to probate court. What can i do? I dont know attorney that helped us.
The first thing that comes to mind is contacting the old attorney to see if there is a copy of the will; however, under the rules of not having a will in probate, it sounds like you and your sister would potentially split the home 50/50. You may want to pull the deed to see how it is deeded. You...Read more »
they haven't been together in over 7 years and they only dated for 4. I can't even believe he had her on the account in the first place. Also, it was in a money market account not his checking shouldn't the money market account have a different beneficiary
I have 3 siblings that do not want anything from estate. I have lived in the home for the last 6 years, and cannot afford to rent another home or apt. I would like to stay in the home and take over payments if possible. Would I be able to do just a small estate transfer, or informal probate?
This is definitely something you'd want to sit down with an experienced probate attorney. They would likely need to get some additional facts (such as dates of the events, review the will and filings in the probate case, and what kind of property was distributed and where, etc.) to advise you...Read more »
It sounds like there is a questions on whether she is capable of making decisions for herself. If she cannot and has not designated someone as power of attorney to act for her in the past, the court has a process called conservatorship and guardianship that you may need to go through.
Testator's Last Will and Testament was formatted using a template for the state of AK, Testators property is in Alaska. Testator is visiting family in AZ and would like to have an 'Official' Last Will and Testament before leaving Arizona for Alaska
If the Estate is the beneficiary of the policy, it goes to the estate and distributed in accordance therein. If you were the beneficiary, it would go directly to you and is your money. A qualified probate attorney once having all the facts can answer this question for you.
She just learned she had inherited from her husband who inherited from his sister who died in 2016 in Florida. Her husband died in 2017 in Arizona. His estate was not probated but his sister's estate was belately probated in 2019 as summary admin in Florida.
I had a little trouble following the breakdown. But if I am reading correctly it sounds like your late-husband's estate needs to be probated in AZ so that an ancillary probate can be opened in FL for his share of the real property. Ultimately, an experience Arizona probate lawyer should be...Read more »
I agree with Ryan. You can also hold gifts in trust to prevent a spouse from gaining access or the beneficiary from commingling the funds and making them community property. An experienced estate planning attorney can assist you with a game plan that meets your goals.
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