My father passed away with a will stating “all real and personal property” to come to me. But his girlfriend of 15 years (never made legal) wants everything. What rights does she have to the house, cars etc if her name isnt on it?
Hi there. My condolences for the loss of your father. Estate administration is guided by many bodies of law including: the laws of wills, contract, real property, secured transactions, etc. While there is no way to conclusively answer your question without analysis of your situation, in general,...View More
Hello. My condolences for the loss of your dad. The short answer to your question is it depends on the actual terms of the LLC and a host of other factors including co-owners of the LLC, any will, trust, creditors, etc.
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Hello. To answer your question, I would need more facts. There are many factors which would determine the fate of his property to include, but not limited to, mortgages, other encumbrances, estate creditors, taxes, the existence of property co-owners, the existence of children of the decedent for...View More
If no will exists do the real estate deeds determine joint tennancy by entirety? What proves the children are disinherited and the joint tenants were by entireity and not in common? There is no trust some of the records of deeds at one time states shall include grantor and grantee their succesors... View More
It is very difficult to address your question as I would really need to gather more facts here. But I can say, in general, how a decedent's assets are distributed is a very complicated process governed by the law of wills, trusts, intestacy, probate, contracts, and real estate and how those...View More
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