Mother durning the week. His son is now telling his mother and us that he wants to live with us. His dad will ask his ex that they need to change the plan with the court so that he dosent get in trouble but she refusses to Chang it. How do we go about it. Seeing him upset and disappointed because... Read more »
My father passed away from asbestosis he had a will and they will not give me info on estate. My brother and step mom. We also had a wrongful death suit which they tried to keep me out of also but were told they could not to move forward . My father passed in 2007 I just recently received a very... Read more »
Unfortunately, no attorney will be able to answer your specific questions online. You should locate an experienced probate attorney in the jurisdiction where your father's estate was probated. The law firm you reference are in California so that may be where you need to hire an attorney....Read more »
We have been here over a year and there has never been a problem. Originally we were to share the kitchen and living room. It is difficult to share the living room because of it's size. We came home today and found she had placed a lock on the kitchen door. We also have our own personal... Read more »
Your question is currently categorized under Elder Law in Oregon. Do you live in Auburn, WA? I think you will get better answers if you choose Landlord - Tenant as your category. Be sure to also choose the correct state since laws vary from state to state.
I hired a attorney to protect my mothers assets, as probate was open I came back to him and told him all of my mothers non probated assets where GONE, He then acted as if he was very angry and told me he wasnt going to now take that on also,,TOLD ME NOT TO MENTION THIS TO THE JUDGE=, THAT ALL OF... Read more »
Life insurance and retirement accounts should be distributed to the beneficiary named with each of those companies. If you have proof in writing that you were named as the beneficiary on your mother's life insurance and/or her IRA then you need to contact each of those companies and make a...Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. If you have been unable to negotiate the check and it is under $75,000 you may need a small estate affidavit. You can locate forms online that will work for Oregon but it's often best to hire a probate attorney to assist you to make sure you do it correctly.
I live in Eugene, OR. My father is in Yucca Valley, CA in memory care facility since 1/2019. His wife had control of his advance directive and finances. After urging for months she put me on the HIPA and efforts were being made by social worker to get me added to the advance directive. However, she... Read more »
Supplemental Needs Trusts (also called Special Needs Trusts) are a very specialized area of law. I strongly recommend that you meet with an experienced planning attorney to assist you. It is impossible to answer your question without a lot more information.
I strongly recommend you schedule an office or phone appointment with an experienced probate attorney. You will save yourself a lot of frustration by making sure you handle the estate accurately from the beginning. Also, attorney fees are almost always paid out of the estate assets.
I'm afraid you have not asked a question. However, if an Oregon resident dies without a Will or Trust then Oregon's intestate laws control the distribution of his estate. When a decedent has no spouse, children or surviving parents the estate assets (after payment of all outstanding...Read more »
My sister was struck and killed by a car in November 2019 in Portland OR. She was married and has no children. She died without a will and what we believe is an insolvent estate as we came to find out that she was secretly in a mountain of debt. Many collections agencies will not release... Read more »
I am so sorry for your loss. Unfortunately, there is no legal way to obtain the information you need about your sister's debt without filing a probate. Since your sister passed without a Will her spouse will inherit her estate through Oregon's intestate laws. I recommend he hire an...Read more »
It sounds like you need to hire an experienced probate attorney to assist you with your issue. It is possible to close a probate even if all creditors have not been paid in full. An experienced probate attorney will assist you with this.
After my step dads major stroke to the right side of his brain, he became aggressive. Especially towards my mom and I ... He even notified others of his intentions to stab her to death. He was removed from the home by the police and now living with a man he hasn't seen in over 55 years and... Read more »
When I've asked her for an accounting of the trust she says "there's no money so there is no trust. Real property has been sold along with vehicals including recreation vehicals. Each beneficiary was to get 1/3 of his estate and upon his death was to distributed to us kids. He was... Read more »
It is possible that your father never transferred his assets into his Trust. If, for example, his property was jointly held with his wife then it is not controlled by his Trust. I recommend you hire a local probate attorney who can write a demand letter to the Trustee(s) to try to determine...Read more »
My wife and I recently relocated from Portland to Palm Springs. For the past 4 years my wife has acted as the Power of Attorney for her elderly aunt who has no kids and only a brother and sister who have been unable to care for her. My wife coordinated the placement of her in a care facility as she... Read more »
It's possible that Medicaid will see paying for your travel as a valid expense as long as it benefited your aunt and was not just for a visit. You will also have to check your Power of Attorney to make sure it authorizes you to make this kind of purchase. You would likely benefit from an...Read more »
Yes, you should consider hiring an experienced probate attorney to review all paperwork so that you can be sure that your brother is handling the estate properly. You should explain your concerns with your attorney. It is possible that your brother should not be appointed as Personal...Read more »
I was a minor when he passed and he was not legally married to my mother, but did sign my birth certificate declaring him as my father. My mom told me that he did have life insurance and that I was on it as his beneficiary. I have no idea why I wasn't contacted in regards to this policy, or... Read more »
It's possible that you have some rights in regards to your father's estate but I don't have enough facts to know for sure. If he died without a Will then you are one of his intestate heirs. However, this is only helpful if he owned assets that needed to go through probate (assets...Read more »
My wives father passed recently. Her father owned a mobile home and was the only person on the title after he died with no will. He did not own the land it was on and had a rental contract with the land owner. My wife and her brothers are under the impression that because the title is only in... Read more »
You are basically correct. Your father-in-law's estate is liable for the space rent. Whoever inherits the estate (his intestate heirs) will have to pay this debt before they will be able to inherit. Since the rent accrues every month your wife should hire a probate attorney to discuss...Read more »
We are an unmarried couple and are on the deed of trust "not as tenants by the entirety, but with the rights of suvivorship. The titles to the vehicles have each of our names on them. We each have bank(savings & Checking) accounts with designated beneficiaries up on death. We each have... Read more »
No one could give you the legal advice you seek without the additional information that is obtained in an estate planning appointment with an experienced attorney. However, from the information you have provided I would guess that you and your partner will be fine with Wills. An estate planning...Read more »
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