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.
Not only am I her administrator, im her only child and she has no surviving spouse. Can I live in her house if I make mortgage payments? Does the mortgage have to be in my name? And can credit card companies send her debts to collections and try to force me to sell the house just for a 4,000 debt?... Read more »
my biological mom passed recently and there was no will left. where I was adopted out of foster care I am wondering if the court won't grant me power of estate. Its just me amd my half-sister and she is a minor. nobody is contesting it. should I bring any documents like my original birth... Read more »
49 years of marriage with all property, automobiles, all assets in my deceased husbands name only, deceased husband left me only the right to live in the marital home, giving 4 automobiles to our son, a total of 2 houses on the 28.76 acres to our son, if I contest the will and ask for Dower in... Read more »
She’s sold most the cattle and all the farm equipment which was lifted my dad . the land was divided between my aunt and my dad and it clearly stated in the will this portion go to my aunt and her son, and this portion go to my dad and his two sons I was 13 that was my home I was kicked out... Read more »
My sister passed in 2007. I was executor of her estate. She had no will and everything went to me and my brother and sister. Everything was done correctly and estate closed. Recently I discovered money on the KY unclaimed property site. what should I do?
My grandmothers will was executed by her nephew and his lawyer.they brought the will to the hospital when she was in ICU and she misspelled her name 2times.is there also undue influence because the majority of her estate benefits him and his brothers and sisters(17 ofthem) and I never met one of... Read more »
If she was in Her right mind when she signed it, the signatures are valid, misspelled or not. However, the undue influence claim will have to be determined in a will contest action. Check with her physician, who will be in the best position to tell you whether she was capable of signing a will...Read more »
My grandfather recently passed away. He was an Alzheimer's patient. His second wife was able to convince him to add her name to his various items of his estate but his will dictates that his truck goes to my father. The second wife's name is added to the title and she opposes the will instead... Read more »
My father has stage 4 cancer. And a lot of credit card bills. The bills are more than the mobile home and car are worth. By maybe 10 grand. I have lived here with my father for years and want to remain here after he passes. We're scared that when he passes the credit card companies will take the... Read more »
IF you have a copy of the will, you can open probate on it. It may have not been a favorable will for her, so the will disappeared. More investigation is necessary to determine the proper course of conduct.
1 property went to 2 of the siblings which they sold and took half each. They other property was deeded to my husband and I from the siblings and their spouses. If my husband passes away am I entitled to the property
My husband is a compulsive gambler and has accumulated tons of debt. I just found out that he put one of my cars in collateral for a $3000 loan from a stranger. We purchased our home last year, his name is on the deed but not the mortgage. I would like to prevent him from ever losing our home. How... Read more »
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