We own, they rent from someone. I am sure that there is an opening created by them and they have made sure that we know they are spying by banging on the shared wall when one of us is in the bathroom. Testing - Often I go silently into that room and stand there. 10 to 12 seconds pass before the... Read more »
What can I do? She apparently has a joint account with her partner that is hospitalized and will likely end up in a nursing home by his kids. We have no information about where anything goes as his family took that over.
What legal obligation does the developer have not to interfere with the Quiet enjoyment and undisturbed use and enjoyment of my home? Who is responsible to insure the excavation of the land (treated for decades with insecticides, herbicides, and fertilizers) does not pollute the air or water?... Read more »
Medicaid could put a lien on half of the house in order to recoup any funds they paid on behalf of your mother. This is assuming she was in a nursing home or received nursing home waiver services or received Medicaid benefits after age 55.
However, if you took care of your mother for 2...Read more »
Does the Ohio rule of Descent and Distribution, code 2105.06 mean that it will automatically go to the living spouse without having to go thru probate? The same does not apply to lineal descendants such as a child, correct?
No problem. There is a separate statute for that. See Section 2106.18 of the Ohio Revised Code. (link below) You can usually accomplish this by going to the BMV as long as the value does not exceed $65,000 under current law.
executor sat on house for at least 18 months without listing for sale all the while using up decedents bank funds then sells house to her sister for less than she told probate judge she would buy it for then says she will buy it from sister later I have her text messages to prove it. Should i file... Read more »
Oh I have plenty of information! How about my brother never opened a guardianship account for my father. His money was mixed in my mother and father’s checking account. Btw father was incapacitated person. While he was in the hospital brother got Exparte guardianship and it went full with no... Read more »
Unfortunately your question is not clearly enough posed to give any type of substantive answer. It might be a good idea to sit down with an experience probate or family attorney, to discuss your case in detail and get the answers you are looking for.
… I have an older sister that is a meth addict and her daughter also following in her footsteps. They both live with my parents that are from the age of 77 to 84. In the short, my sister and loser daughter are stealing money from my parents, blackmailing my dad and pressuring my dad to help them... Read more »
You should immediately call Adult Protective Services who will investigate. Your parents can file for an Elder Abuse Restraining Order and can likely have your sister and her daughter removed from the home. If your parents will not support that action, you may need to consider filing for...Read more »
Other then the living spouse? The living spouse is 82 and may need state assistance in the future. We don't want her to get refused assistance by not selling the van for money. Her son would like the van transferred to him. She's disabled and he's living with her to help now. So can... Read more »
Unless there was a TOD on file for the vehicle, then it will require probate in order to transfer the title to the van. The vehicle will be transferred to whomever is named in the Will, or whom is required under Ohio's rule of descent and distribution if there is no Will. See Section 2105.06...Read more »
My dad's wife gave her son (not biological son to dad) my dad's house and land but he is still alive in a nursing home. He would never allow this to happen but she is stopping me and my brother (dad 2 biological child) from contacting him.we are afraid the wife and son hurt him severely... Read more »
My sister (72 years old) was a resident in a “seniors housing” facility in Milwaukee WI. She was a month-to-month renter. She did not have a lease. She died in late June. She was predeceased by both of her children. I am her elder brother (75 years old), and I am a resident of Florida.... Read more »
The will says I owe $55,000.00 to the estate that I borrowed from my mom
However I never borrowed $55, 000.00 it is the amount my oldest sister owed mom when the will was executed. Now 9 years later mom past away and the estate lawyer wants to only go by by the 2012 will even though I... Read more »
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