My sister was removed as guardian recently. I was the power of attorney before her guardianship. We have had many issues with the courts and feel it is too expensive and time consuming. Is it possible to re-enact the power of attorney document or should I apply for guardianship?
My father passed away when I was 15 years old , my sister was 12. He died in New York City and my mother and him never married. He left behind his 401k and i believe 200k plus a house in nyc that just sold for 1.4 million. The will was drawn up and made when he was on hospice. His death certificate... View More
He died due to the care taker canseling more than a dozen of his doctors appointments, changing his doctor, farming him for pills, and now shes selling and giving away his assets (furniture, farm equipment, vehicles, and all his guns are gone). my mother and i have lived next door on his property... View More
Trying to sell property & am now required to go thru another probate because the deed only has my deceased fathers name. How can I get around this? I just want to sell this property as I do not reside in OKC. Title company says they need another probate, my father has been deceased over 50... View More
I’m a legal heir or beneficiary of my dad’s estate. . The executor of my dad’s estate isn’t providing updates when I ask on sale of assets in the estate ( e.g. home, car) or answering my questions when asked about the status of assets in the estate. I’ve also requested from the executor a... View More
My mother passed away in 2012 I have been at the property since then and paid taxes on property until now I have no other heirs to battle for the rights to property but this action filed against the real estate is not what I was planning on happening please some advice on this matter
There is no “answer” that can be provided to your question because we have no idea what the petition is about. Also, attorneys in this forum are not allowed to solicit clients. This means that no attorney can write “contact me”.
But you can contact an attorney in your area yourself...View More
in accordance to K S A 79-2801 I don't want to lose the house I want to pay the back taxes get transfer of property to my name but I have to answer this petition and I'm not sure on how. I knew it might go in to a tax sale but I know if u have half paid before the day of tax sale you... View More
My boyfriend passed away with no will, and no named beneficiary. His next of kin is his son, who is a minor. The family is going to probate court. Are they the ones who are deciding that I need a conservator for my son to receive what he is due? If so, do I actually need one or can I just leave it... View More
Land purchased by me in Texas as minor many years ago; my mother was on original document. I added my husband after our marriage 10 yrs later. Land was part of southwest scheme to take $ from people, never thought we'd be able to sell. My husband is deceased. I am ORIGINAL owner of this land.... View More
The SSN will get a reported capital gain to the IRS. The other items requested have to do with proving your source of title. If you do not wish to comply with them, ask for another title company or title insurance company to handle your transaction. Your potential will has no bearing on this...View More
My dad passed away last summer. My sister (beneficiary) has been given a check from my father's life insurance policy and we are told the funds will be available in ~2 weeks. However, my dad has a high amount of medical debt left over. Is the life insurance money safe to be used or will... View More
Proceeds from a life insurance policy, where the beneficiary is a named living individual(s), pass outside of the probate process, and the creditors have no claim to it because those proceeds are not part of your dad's estate.
Now my attorney wants to charge me more for a deed to a small piece of vacant property left to my sister and I. I am giving my half of the property to my sister. Is the property now part of the estate?
My mother passed aways on 2/14/24. She resided in an assisted living facility for two years with the last three weeks of her life in a nursing home. When she moved to the assisted living facility she liquidated all her physical assets (home, car, etc.) and the proceeds from those sales were... View More
More information is needed here. For example, based on your post, are you suggesting that these 3 credit cards are in your deceased hsuband's name only? Anyway, the short version is that if you stop paying then you are exposed to being potentially sued and the question is whether or not...View More
Two beneficiaries of a revocable trust stated in California removed funds held in trust by me to deny me reasonable compensation and unreimbursed expenses. One of the beneficiaries was my soon-to-be ex-husband. The trustor is my mother-in-law and I believe her to be financially incompetent and had... View More
In California, it is possible to address your situation through legal proceedings, but the strategy involves careful consideration of the complexities involved in trust and conservatorship law. When dealing with a conservatorship petition, specifically if you believe a party to be financially...View More
I'm the personal representative for my mother's estate in SC. I'm currently creating the inventory for the estate and am not sure whether my mom's ownership interest in her and my stepfather's home is subject to probate.
From my understanding, SC deeds default to... View More
If you suspect that the delay in closing the sales contract is due to a higher offer, it's essential to communicate your concerns with your real estate agent or broker. They can provide insights into the status of the transaction and any potential competing offers. Additionally, you may want...View More
I need to make distributions from the estate that I am executor of. the court order named beneficiaries by their names so in their personal capacity. The beneficiaries want me to wire money to their trust accounts. one has a living trust and the other has a special needs trust for their adult... View More
The entity that foreclosed on the home will have the money initially. If it's over $100k, they will normally refuse to give it to an heir without first your going to court and requesting to be named as the personal represenative.
If it has been long enough, the entity may have turned...View More
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