I recommend you hire a probate attorney to look into the matter for you. You have not provided enough information to be able to answer your question. It's possible that there wasn't enough left after payment of the creditors and probate costs. Or that there were no assets and no...Read more »
For Oregon Death Certificates corrections for missing data or typographical errors for personal information on the death record are usually submitted by the funeral director or the informant listed on the death record in the year following date of death. The certifying physician (or medical...Read more »
A creditor can be appointed Personal Representative but they would first have to send notice to the people who have priority according to Oregon law. Usually this is the immediate family. An experienced probate attorney can help you with this.
Yes. If the deceased person has a valid Will then the person named in the Will as the Personal Representative (executor) has priority to act. Here is the priority statute for Oregon: https://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/113.085
Title in both names, divorce papers left house to dad, deed was never signed over, mom lived in the house until she died, I rented the house from him after her death, he wants to sell but as her heir they need my signature. No will, no probate ever started. Do I need to file before he does
An attorney would need more information regarding your family business to answer this question. What type of entity is the business - LLC, sole proprietorship, etc? An experienced attorney will want to review all relevant ownership documents and get more details in order to let you know if what...Read more »
You will use a Pourover Will when someone who signed a Trust dies leaving an asset in their name alone. You'll need to start a probate with the Court and file the Pourover Will. As part of the probate you will file an Inventory that lists only the assets that are not titled in the Trust, not...Read more »
His mind was affected after 40 years of abusing alcohol. My step brother inherited everything, when his mother died of cancer years ago I promised her that I would split everything with her son “my step brother,” who btw had a very off and on relationship with my dad. I believe my step... Read more »
If your father did not have sufficient mental capacity to make a will when he created the one that disinherited you, or if he had been subjected to undue influence at that time, and if you can prove those things, then you might be able to have the will set aside. If that will is set aside, then...Read more »
Mother durning the week. His son is now telling his mother and us that he wants to live with us. His dad will ask his ex that they need to change the plan with the court so that he dosent get in trouble but she refusses to Chang it. How do we go about it. Seeing him upset and disappointed because... Read more »
My father passed away from asbestosis he had a will and they will not give me info on estate. My brother and step mom. We also had a wrongful death suit which they tried to keep me out of also but were told they could not to move forward . My father passed in 2007 I just recently received a very... Read more »
Unfortunately, no attorney will be able to answer your specific questions online. You should locate an experienced probate attorney in the jurisdiction where your father's estate was probated. The law firm you reference are in California so that may be where you need to hire an attorney....Read more »
I hired a attorney to protect my mothers assets, as probate was open I came back to him and told him all of my mothers non probated assets where GONE, He then acted as if he was very angry and told me he wasnt going to now take that on also,,TOLD ME NOT TO MENTION THIS TO THE JUDGE=, THAT ALL OF... Read more »
Life insurance and retirement accounts should be distributed to the beneficiary named with each of those companies. If you have proof in writing that you were named as the beneficiary on your mother's life insurance and/or her IRA then you need to contact each of those companies and make a...Read more »
My mom has roughly 100 non-running or junk vehicles that are titled either to her or one of her closed businesses. Before she passes, should I re-title them in the name of her Trust, or should I let them go through probate? The only value they will have to me is most likely scrap value.
You could put them in her trust. You could also put them in your name now. It just depends which is easier; especially when you consider that each title fee will be charged 100 times. I suggest doing something now rather than letting them go through probate.
There is a way to accomplish this but I would not recommend a will. A revocable living trust would be better. You can then reserve a lifetime right of occupancy for your husband with the remainder to your children. This is an oversimplification, however, as there are many issues to consider. An...Read more »
I live in Eugene, OR. My father is in Yucca Valley, CA in memory care facility since 1/2019. His wife had control of his advance directive and finances. After urging for months she put me on the HIPA and efforts were being made by social worker to get me added to the advance directive. However, she... Read more »
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