There no law that requires you to update any of your estate planning documents when you move from one state to another, but it is always a good idea to at least have them reviewed by an estate planning attorney in the state to which you have moved.
In order to add additional parties to title, a new deed must be executed. Unfortunately, technology advances, such as esignatures have moved forward faster than our legal system has adapted. Therefore, it is necessary to executed wet ink copies of the deed and accompanying transfer documents that...Read more »
My husband died in March 2020 his inheritance is from his mom she died in June 2019. I'm my husband sole beneficiary. I have already probate his will. She didn't file any claim of "loan" to my husband's estate. So can she now say he has an outstanding loan to his mother
My great Aunt passed away July 2015. The first issue was that her lawyer lived in CT, while she lived in NYC (Stuyvesant Town). So per NY law, the CT lawyer arranged for a NY lawyer to handle the estate. However, before they could go over all the details, the CT lawyer passed away suddenly in Dec... Read more »
aunt was co signer on mobile home but has taken everything vehicles bank cards tvs leaving his 3 kids with nothing all 3 kids are adults but aunt says she has the right to everything first.need advice quick before sale of mobile home
His children are jumping the through hoops to get me out. Daughter ask me what is his Medicare other insurance, social number if he has a will, is there mortgage. All very personal questions, my name is not on any of these personal things! She asked me when iam leaving? I told her you may have... Read more »
They pay us based on which investments pay distributions. Only. As asset and income on asset have grown, our distributions have shrunk. Is it possible to have an audit or examination on the trust? Is this something we should have done yearly? 20 yr trust ends Oct 25th. In the past yr a million... Read more »
My father is a horrible little person and has stipulated that I cannot draw any early inheritance gifts from the revocable trust my parents hold but in which assets are in my name and to which I am a beneficiary. He refuses to give the max $60K/yr gift to my partner and myself as allowed by the law... Read more »
My father is born and raised in Danville, VA. He remarried to make his oldest daughter a legal citizen which wasn't completed. His baby mother has refused to allow us to have his body for our funeral & burial. They expect our entire family to drive 8 hours to visit my father, plus they are... Read more »
Im sorry that you lost your father. Losing a parent at any age can be extremely difficult.
I dont think there is enough information in your question to give you an answer. My best guess from reading between the lines here is that your father died outside of Virginia in a state where he was...Read more »
HIs children were estranged but now they inherit the house because of the laws in PR and my uncle did not leave a will, that we know of. How can she get a death certificate so she can access the bank accounts?
My half sister (both adults) and I are the beneficiaries on many accounts, but there are several that had none. He also had a home that I lived (and still live in) with a mortgage. I have been paying for the upkeep of the home since he passed. We found out that we have a minor half brother after he... Read more »
If the terms of the court order required that Proof of an insurance policy is required to be produced by your father, and was not produced, then the Estate may argue that the mother of your minor half brother waived her rights because of her failure to act and her continued failure to act to bring...Read more »
If you want to terminate (revoke) the trust, just sign a simple letter to the trustee which says you hereby revoke the trust and to return all trust property to your management and control. If you want to keep the trust and simply change the trustee of the trust (from your buddy to you), again, a...Read more »
The easiest way for you to accomplish your goal would be to just accept distributions and then gift like amounts to your sibling. Be sure to talk with your tax advisor first about the gift tax consequences and talk to your attorney about the Medicaid penalty consequences.
Your sister must follow the will. If there is no Will, then the court will have to appoint an Administrator to handle the estate. The court will appoint whomever the majority of heirs selects to be administrator.
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