My brother didn't have a will. He was still legally married, but his wife moved out of their home in 2015. My father moved in to physically care for him in 2016, due to declining health. I began helping him manage his small trucking business. He had me write the check and sign his name,... Read more »
You did not mention whether your children are adults or minors. If adults, they need to file a petition for settlement of accounts with the probate court that issued letters. You probably should consult with an attorney specializing in probate work for assistance.
Prior to them consulting the ward. Law states that 60 days after appointed over ward either by hand delivered or date stamped mail they are to sit with ward listen to them & inventory assets. They have not even contacted ward & 60 days are up however she closed all the accounts leaving... Read more »
She only has about $1500 in account. She needs to pay her soc sec back, her cable, phone and water bill. She may also have medical bills left. Hoping her $1500 will cover it. But the bank said I need to go through probate in order to allow the bank to pay the bills. What if she has passed... Read more »
I have my own house my own car , I have a job I’m able to provide. She’s being spiteful and doesn’t want to give him back to me. She manipulated me into all of this & then once I figured out what she was doing I asked her if I could have my son back. And she told me that I needed to have... Read more »
The land was in his and his brothers name the home his only he was legally still married but separated for over 25 yrs. He wanted me to always have a home here for long as I wanted if he died. Can his family kick me out and things we bought while together do I have to let them take it all
Depending on how the land was held with his brother, the land now belongs to the brother or still remains in your boyfriend's name. Without a will from your boyfriend leaving you property, you will not inherit anything. Further, whomever does inherit will be able to evict you from the...Read more »
We own 110 acres in Georgia. All of the original heirs of this intestate estate have died. My cousins (10 in number) want to claim an equal amount per person of the the entire estate. With thr total number of grandchildren grtting an equal share. Me and my brothers pay a larger sum per person for... Read more »
It would be wise to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with guidance. We would need to know more about this case in order to provide you with guidance
I filled this Caveat with Gordon County probate Court I did this with information from the internet .. My mother died my evil sister made her sign a will all it said is everything is my sisters .. My mom would have never done this , A\ll the family members agree and have exabits in what I filled...... Read more »
First, a computer cannot contain an original will. It might contain a copy of an original will, but an original will is the actual one signed by your mother. As for your other questions, it takes a lot of evidence to overcome a will. You will need an attorney to make your case for you. These cases...Read more »
My husband's exwife filed some sort of medical claim or lawsuit while they were married. It is finally settled and she is just now getting compensation for it. Is he entitled to any of that?We are not really wanting any of it, however she has spent the last 2 years threatening to take him back... Read more »
Her deceased grandfather (my father) had taken out the $100,000 policy. She had less than $1000 to her name. My ex-wife had to file a small estate (?) because the hospital was billing her. My daughter was 31 years old and passed away last December.
Usually a life insurance policy has a designated death beneficiary, and all the beneficiary has to do is provide the life insurance company with a death certificate and the beneficiary's own contact information and identification.
If the primary beneficiary was not living when the...Read more »
Because the will excuses the executor from a bond or accountings, the executor still must meet his fiduciary duties. If you feel the executor is not properly performing his job, you should retain an attorney to assist you with enforcing your rights as an heir and beneficiary.
The best information anyone her can provide would be simply to seek professional assistance from a good probate attorney. This forum is not built for specific case procedures. There is no way you can provide enough relevant and critical information online.
The only real assets she had was her home and a small bank account both of which also have my sister's name on them. How should we proceed with probate and not being able to pay the creditors? We are in Douglas County Georgia. Thank you
Probate would be a very bad mistake. Depending on the title to the house and the bank signature card, probably no action is the best course. An Affidavit of Heirship may be needed. Get the counsel of a competent attorney before you do anything.
reasons to this day; including an inheritance worth millions of dollars. Therefore, he owed the IRS a numerous amount of money. He ended up in the hospital and was treated for a financial breakdown. Moving forward, a few years later, he and my brother (who was only 18 years old at the time) started... Read more »
I hope that my colleagues who practice probate law will also answer your question as probate law is not my practice area of law. That said, however, not much in your description of facts makes sense when even basic legal principles are applied. I am not sure how taxes are avoided simply because...Read more »
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