If someone else other than your mother held title to the property, you don’t have anything to inherit. Assuming there was a legal basis for your claim to the property, you probably should have intervened in the bankruptcy. If you weren’t listed as a creditor, you can possibly still maintain...Read more »
It is very doubtful that you can do anything about it. You could check the court file to see how you were allegedly served with process, but I seriously doubt that you would be able to prove the proof of service to be wrong, after all of these years. There is, as I recall, a statute which...Read more »
i lived in a county with a trustee who was collecting student welfare and i just moved out of the county may 1st to a new county back with my parents. My trustee was still collecting my student welfare and sent me the money for the month of may. for the month of june when it came to collecting the... Read more »
First, Alaska doesn't have counties, so this can't be about Alaska law; it is in the wrong category.
Anyway, you will need to indicate what state (if in the US) or country you are in. Since you ask about "student welfare", and a trustee who collects the same, I'm guessing you aren't in the US.
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