We've heard different things about them taking the home to pay the difference. I know nursing home will take your assets to pay for your stay. How does assisted living work if you have assets ? Do they take all your money or what. We just don't know about her asset. Can we keep the house... Read more »
When I was 13 or so, my grandmother passed away. For perspective, I am 21 now. She left the family with an estate worth X amount. Seeing as though I was only 13, I was never contacted about anything regarding the estate and never knew anything about it. That being said, the estate took many years... Read more »
The mentally ill person is my friends cousin and he used to own 3 properties, well the estate has been taken from him and we dont know why. Now they are coming after the condo where his cousin stays at.
It typically would be interpreted to mean all of that, as described in the decedent's deed of record. But it could be subject to challenge in probate court depending on all the circumstances and other factors that could make it ambiguous. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate...Read more »
I live in Idaho now will in Georgia 12 heirs is all their is now because my uncle's only 2 son's are dead they had no kids and my cousin is the executer of the will and it's all family as the heirs. Will made in 2009 my uncle passed 2022 of covid. It is initialed that no other... Read more »
She passed away with no estate or will and no one was ever appointed personal representative. I recently found out her employer owed her alot of money and I would like to look into it. What can i do? I would like to get her IRS transcripts before it's too late. They will only have her records... Read more »
In Ohio, an administrator or executor could still be appointed and may have the authority to obtain records. Whether the IRS still has them is another issue. Also, the cost may outweigh any benefit. Even if you're digging for evidence to mount a lawsuit against an estate beneficiary, many...Read more »
I am a co-trustee on a revocable land trust originally designed to generate cash for our children's education. Neither child needed it for that purpose. Our divorce agreement states it will terminate upon our youngest turning 30. It does not specify what happens at termination. I am not aware... Read more »
We would need to see the trust agreement to determine whether the property reverts to the grantor(s), or whether title vests in the beneficiaries. If the trust is still revocable (because the grantor(s) are alive, the grantors could revoke the trust and own the property as they choose. There is...Read more »
We are in NY State. Brother (executor) wants to distribute over 4 years (tax reasons): I prefer lump sum or 2 years. Can the cash be distributed in different ways to different beneficiaries? If not, does this require a legal intervention?
More information is needed, however unless your 1/2 is a forced heir, then he could leave your 1/2 sister out of the will. Please contact a successions attorney in your area to specifically discuss your case.
I'm creating a Family Revocable Living Trust, which will involve Co - Trustees in the Living Trust. However, are we both "required" to sign the new deed as Trustees? Or would it be sufficient for only one Trustee to sign as Trustee? Currently the property is under only one person's name.
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