Q: Uncle is trustee of family land. Dad passed, trustee didnt pass to his children. How can I get added to my family trust?
Uncle is real estate agent and has created a trust to place all siblings portions of the land into. However as my father has passed no action was taken by the trustee to include his children. He was not married and died in Puerto Rico. I sense my inheritence is being robbed by my dads siblings.
A: If you're member of a trust where your uncle included everyone of your siblings, including yourself, chances are that this was perpetuated by a procedure in a Court of law. Feel free to give us a call and contact our offices.
A: Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. You Will need to set up an Estate for your Father. This is done by an Attorney filing a case for Declaration of Inheritors of your Father if your Father did not leave a Testament. If a Testament was left then your Attorney would need to find it and register it.. Once this is done your Attorney Will process a Probate and register the Estate in the Property Registry and request from the Triste all documents to insure your inheritance. The total cost of the procedure is $ 1,500.00
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