My dad died last week in Kentucky and was very close to paying off his land lease contract. I think he only has about $4,000 left to pay. I am his only child and next of kin. Can I pay off the contract and get ownership of the property?
Brother in law claims to have a will in which their father left him his house, but that it is not probated yet. He told my husband that if he does not waive his rights, then he (my husband) will be stuck paying his father's debts
He has 4 biological children and 1 adopted child. The wife wants the entire 250,000 life insurance and does not want the children to have any. His oldest son has been named administrator of the estate (no will) Do we have any options to have the life insurance split evenly upon the 5 children... Read more »
My parents had a house and my mom passed away without a will. After that my dad has created and signed a revocable living trust with beneficiaries: me and my sister. Now we need to transfer the house into a living trust. Can my dad transfer the house deed directly to the living trust or first, he... Read more »
Insurance check given. I gave it to her not knowing it has to go thru the estate. She also cleaned out dad's checking acct and won't pay back. The insurance check I gave her was cashed on a closed checking acct. and according to my bank, that's illegal but no one is doing anything... Read more »
Family farm was deeded to stepmother 7 years ago. Just finding out after my father’s death last month. So far no known will. Supposed will from 20+ years ago per fathers conversation with son. Significant isolation of father by stepmother. She had power of attorney. He had significant history... Read more »
He didn't have anything of value or an estate. We had custody of his son long before his death. I only need to file his last taxes and deal with any refunds. He was considered at or near poverty level. I am his mother and I took care of the funeral and burial. I filed his death with social... Read more »
When she passed I notified a loan company and credit cards, sent death certificates and was told they'd be forgiven. But now I'm getting calls and letters from them saying that they weren't forgiven and need to be paid. Since she only had a small insurance amount and the bills... Read more »
I have the deed to the house that my Dad lived in. Upon his death the executor of his estate barred me from my home and took most of the belongings, I just discovered that I am the rightful deed holder. What are my remedies?
My grandmother recently passed away in Pennsylvania. She did leave a will which list me and my siblings to receive and split her assets. However, my uncle, who is listed as the executor has the will. I have not seen it nor read it. All the information I receive is hearsay. I am Wanting to seek... Read more »
I currently receive $1000 a month from my deceased grandmother's estate. The duration of the trust is 60 months, with 34 months remaining. Is it possible to amend the structure of the benefits if both the executor (my uncle) and the trustee (me) consent? For example, instead of receiving... Read more »
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