Probate in Nevada. My dad died in 2006. The deed for their property has joint tenancy with survivorship. My mom died last month. My mom never took my dad off the deed so do I now have to do a probate for him as well? I am planning on doing a set aside without administration because the total... Read more »
Your question is in the category of Probate for the state of Oregon. If the property is in Oregon then here is my answer: Assuming your parents had survivorship on their Deed then all you have to do is record your dad's Death Certificate with the County and the title is clear (meaning that...Read more »
You should be able to obtain information from the Personal Representative's attorney. He will charge the estate for speaking with you. However, he will not be able to give you legal advice. If you need legal advice you should find your own attorney.
A valid Will in Oregon must be signed by two witnesses. However, Oregon has a law that may allow this writing to be probated to control the estate if the person intended the writing to be his/her Will. I recommend you consult with a probate attorney for assistance.
My Grandmother's Mother passed left, which left my grand mother land and mineral. My grandmother passed which My mother then inherited some land and minerals. My mother's brothers and sister decide not to let her children know they inherited land and minerals so the kids never got any... Read more »
It sounds like you have a complicated question with several moving parts. I recommend you bring in all the information you have and meet with an experienced probate attorney who can let you know your rights in this situation.
All paperwork frm doctor and postmaster have been forwarded and HOA refusing to install when other members elderly members in community have mailbox at their home as opposed to community mailbox. Subject is 84 yrs and cannot walk without sever pain and assistance. This has been ongoing for 2 years.... Read more »
No, if none of your mother's assets are in her name alone then no probate is needed. I do recommend you consult with an experienced attorney to make sure you understand your duties as Successor Trustee. Often this is just a one-time consultation but can be very important to ensure that you...Read more »
All valid debts (claims) will be paid through an Oregon probate. The validity of the debt will be evaluated by the Personal Representative. If a claim is disallowed by the Personal Representative the creditor can ask for a hearing and the Probate Judge will determine the validity of the claim....Read more »
If you are Personal Representative for your mother's estate you should ask your attorney this question. In general you can have a realtor create a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) for you or you can pay for the property to be appraised. However, there are a lot of fact-specific issues in...Read more »
If a temporary guardian and conservator have been appointed that person will step in to take control of the protected person's medical and placement decisions as well as controlling her finances. The temporary conservator will be responsible to paying all of her bills. The temporary guardian...Read more »
It sounds like the person you care for has either been civilly committed or the court has appointed a Guardian or Conservator for her. If she has been civilly committed then the state of Oregon will be responsible for determining where she lives and coordinating her care. If she has a guardian then...Read more »
First, it is important to pay attention to where your father resided at his death and to confirm that he definitely did not sign a Will (even if it was many years ago). If he was an Oregon resident and died intestate (with no Will) then 1/2 of his probate estate will go to his surviving spouse and...Read more »
My husband and I are in our 60's and in good health, but looking towards our next chapter, we don't have many assets, just a home and car, but want to have our ducks in a row in case of disease, or dementia. I don't want our children to be burdened with any long term care in the... Read more »
I strongly recommend you meet with an experienced estate planning attorney. It appears to me that the type of Trust you are describing is a Revocable Living Trust (not Irrevocable). Sometimes people use an Irrevocable Trust to give their assets away so they can qualify for Medicaid right away....Read more »
deceased parents home back in Sept 2019 while living in a care home. I wasn't aware of this check until recently. My mom just passed away a few weeks ago and I just found out that the check hasn't been cashed or found. Her brother, my uncle, said that his attorney said the check has to... Read more »
I recommend you have a probate attorney review this for you. Your attorney will need to see your grandparents' Trust. Very likely since your mother survived her parents but never cashed the distribution check her estate should now get the check (or a new one re-issued by the Trustee). Your...Read more »
My mom and I have been renting this house sense June 2020. She died on Febuary 18th, 2021 after finding out 3 weeks prior she had cancer. I notified my landlord right away After her death that I lost her income and got on the waiting list for rent assistance and will not have March 2021 rent. He... Read more »
I recommend you re-post your question in the Landlord Tenant topic. This does not appear to be an estate planning issue. You could also call the Oregon Law Center to see if they can help you: https://oregonlawcenter.org/
My estranged father passed away with no will and no other heirs. He had a mountain of debt, and his only possession of value is a vehicle which he recently purchased but had not yet registered. I want no part of the probate process. I'm assuming the vehicle then belongs to the state, who has... Read more »
If you were not adopted by another family then you might be your father's only heir. However, that does not mean that you are required to handle his estate. If the car was never registered in your father's name then it should still be in the seller's name. I would contact one of...Read more »
It's likely that you have been contacted by Medicaid (not Medicare) because your mother-in-law was receiving public benefits to pay for her long-term care. I recommend you schedule an appointment with an experienced probate attorney to review the claim and advise you.
I received death benefit claim packet from accordia and athene under two different contract numbers not specifying that they were Ira accounts. Then a couple months later I received two more still not specifying they were Ira accounts. Then come to find out after the third that it was all one... Read more »
Athene Annuity sold most of its life insurance business to Accordia in 2013 but continued to administer the business until Accordia took over in 2015. Maybe this was part of the confusion for the IRA you inherited? I'm not entirely sure of your question. I recommend you call the Customer...Read more »
If the car is in your husband's name then he is in control of deciding where it should be stored. If your husband signed a Power of Attorney then the person named as Agent could also decide about the car. The only other way to control your husband's assets is to have a Conservator...Read more »
It sounds like your father had a Revocable Living Trust. If your brother is named as Successor Trustee but has declined to do this job then your father's Trust likely names the next person who should act as Successor Trustee. If it doesn't name a second person then there should be...Read more »
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