He now has the small tract of farm land up for sale. Is there any legal way to stop such activity ? He is currently going through divorce and ran wife off, so he could take up with a married lady. Am wondering if there is some type document that can be filed for the return of equity that he has... Read more »
The thing about gifts is you can't take them back. The best you can do now, if you have other children or beneficiaries, is make sure your clearly takes into account these prior gifts as advances against his inheritance.
Just FYI, had you hired an attorney before making those gifts, there...Read more »
It is not possible to correctly answer your question without a lot more information, but it sounds like you and your sister inherited a house together. It also sounds like your sister is living in it and you are not. You have the right to live in it as well. You also have the right to sell your...Read more »
I recently inherited a home, barn and 25 acres equally with my 2 cousins. My aunt and uncle have been staying there for over a year (since Sept 2018 remodeling their home in town). Frankly, I'd like to put them out, but I've been told by several people that majority rules. I don't believe that to... Read more »
For a license she said that county doesn’t approve those yet but multiple people have Airbnb’s there they just “look the other way.” So my question is from a legal standpoint what documents and insurance would I need at this point and how do taxes work for this situation so I won’t get in... Read more »
2007, lost his job for failing a drug test. Had a few temp jobs for a few days, decided I could carry it all. I worked 2 jobs, paid everything until I got scared and left in 2012. He applied for disability. Got 20 grand lump and lost his mind. Taking my things, being verbally and emotionally... Read more »
When he died a percentage of his land went to me, my half brother & my 2 siblings. I found out recently that the 2 other siblings aren’t biologically his. My dad and mom were married but my mom cheated on my dad multiple times. He wasn’t aware the kids weren’t his. He died suddenly, so no... Read more »
Our deed and pictures showed 3.7 acres, with a creek and a waterfall. Well we had our property survided so that we could put a fence up. Well we just got our report and it only was surveyed at 2.4 acres. We feel we were misrepresented. Do we have any legal rights?
There were 8 children, one is deceased. There are now 7 of us, 3 full, and four stepchildren. We had different mothers. Our brother William is trying to get the court to grant him to be the executor over my fathers estate, and has told the court that it is only worth $1000. Our father died on... Read more »
The marital home has 2 apartments my deceased husband lived in one, me the other one. The estate has been open for 5 months, the Executor refuses me entrance to my husbands apartment, sons probate attorney removed himself as sons attorney, then after the son threatened my probate attorney, my... Read more »
There are a few options available; however, a trust is one of the best options when estate planning for addicted relatives. There are several forms trusts to consider and each has pros and cons. A trust will enable you to put spending authority in the hands of a trustee who will control any...Read more »
I've inherited a few properties and a truck from my father. I am executor of estate and singular beneficiary. The house and the truck both have loans. I gave the truck back to the bank, thinking that would take care of that loan. They tell me I still owe 7000 from the truck loan. The estate does... Read more »
Your best option is just to keep the vehicle and pay the loan. You are not personally liable for any of the debt, but the debt must be paid from the estate (or you) before you can distribute assets to yourself.
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