I listed the wrong year, but the correct VIN number on the form for a car. The RMV in Arizona will not accept the form because I listed the wrong year. It should be 2013 Honda Civic, I listed it as 2014.
To correct an error on a Voluntary Administration Statement in Arizona, particularly one involving a vehicle's year of manufacture, you'll need to file an amended statement with the correct information.
Start by contacting the probate court where you filed the original Voluntary...View More
We were married in secret in Mexico because his family has always been abusive. As far as they knew we were living together and engaged happily. We both made our wills after some difficult times we had with our health and his will is signed by myself and my mom and witnesses. My husband struggled... View More
I'm sorry for your loss and all that you're going through with your spouse's mother.
You filed this under Family Law (which is divorce and child custody), Civil Litigation (lawsuits), and Wrongful Death (when you sue someone for killing a family member). What you need to do...View More
I am sorry for your loss. To fully answer your question, an attorney would need some more information like: (1) How was the home titled at your partner's death? (2) Did your partner have a valid estate plan (Will, Trust, etc.) that includes this home and, if so, does that plan spell out any...View More
There is not enough information in your questions to provide a full answer. It may depend upon the amount of the check and the possible beneficiaries. If the amount of the check is below the amount required for filing probate in Arizona you may be able to contact the issuer and have them re-issue...View More
Assuming AZ house was owned JTWROS between parents, then when dad passed in 2014, the house effectively belonged solely to mother (even though nothing was recorded to reflect that). Then in 2022, the house became part of mother's probate estate. The Will giving the life estate probably governs...View More
My sister had a beneficiary deed on her home in Arizona. The beneficiary is an ex-friend who is also the named executor of her estate. The mortgage was being paid through automatic payments from an account in South Carolina.(where she used to live) I am the beneficiary of that POD account. Because... View More
As a beneficiary of the POD account, you may have a claim to the funds in the account. However, whether the beneficiary of the deed is obligated to reimburse you for the mortgage payment may depend on the terms of your sister's estate plan and any applicable state laws.
From Glendale AZ. My son passed, single, with no will, and no children but a live-in girlfriend. All his belongings, including the home, go to his father and me. He made a dying declaration that he wanted the house to go to his girlfriend. We would like to honor that wish. It is my... View More
I am a single child of a single father, so as I understand, everything will be inherited by me through Arizona state intestate law, but as an executor, I want to make sure I am doing everything right-- and avoiding costly and time consuming processes that aren't necessary. My father has a... View More
the trustee of my brothers trust submitted a will supposedly written by my brother that named him as the trustee and stated that my brother wanted to leave half of everything to his church and the other half to the people closest and most helpful to him in the time leading up to his death. These... View More
My wife is one of four sisters on a family trust. We bought property from her parents through the trust. We paid on it for 5years. I started college in 2008. Her parents had us over for dinner and told us they didn't want us to make anymore payments while I was in college. Then 3years later... View More
I'm in AZ. Hypothetically speaking. If I were to become PR without notifying heirs so that I could settle lawsuits outside of probate to claim them for myself (checks signed to my name) could I face legal action from the other heir? If so what are the chances I would lose all of the... View More
I am representing my fathers estate in Arizona probate, I sent out notice to creditors documents to all known creditors, 1 came forward and I paid that one, the rest I have been contacting to see if the balance was charge off. Most have said that a balance remains but a claim wasn’t filed due to... View More
If no claim was submitted, then the Estate does not have to pay except possibly for some governmental claims. Is the Estate closed? If not, then consult with a competent AZ attorney about how to close it with minimal payout.
As the sole beneficiary of my deceased mothers estate I feel as though I have been mistreated and ignored and lied to by the executor and the probate attorney.I am trying to connect with someone who can help walk me through what to do in this situation
I won a judgment against a Defendant that has transferred all of their assets into an LLC they have never used until my lawsuit. The LLC was created in 2019 at a rented space for one year, but never actually used. The Defendant moved out of that location and never found another. The Defendant has... View More
Thank you for your question. It is important that you know that transferring real estate under circumstances like this can be very complicated. I recommend that you work in stages. The first thing your must do is find out if your father is still the legal owner of the property. Contact a real...View More
My dad had brain surgery, but my sister is claiming he signed a quitclaim deed for his house to her less than 2 months later but the signature doesn't match his. He has since passed away and we didn't find out until over a month later that she did this when we were about to move forward... View More
From the information you provided it sounds like you may well have a case with merit. I recommend that you consult with an attorney who handles probate litigation matters. Your lawyer will need to know more of the facts and learn more about the handwriting specialist you hired before he or she...View More
Me and my sister are his heirs but my mom(divorced) is telling me that since the insurance company is rebuilding part of the house to keep it up to code, that they're actually going to charge for the repairs. Is that really true and what are mine and my sisters options? And does my mom have... View More
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry about the loss of your father. Your question is a little bit complex and straddles a number of categories; I can only address the insurance-related ones. The insurance company's decision...View More
You will need to hire a New Mexico lawyer to assist you in administering your sister's estate. Ask your New Mexico lawyer if your sister's estate qualifies for expedited treatment as a small estate or if a probate will be needed.
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