He also had money in an account that I knew about but some how his daughter got her name on it and took the money. She claims that she can get the car signed over to me but I don't understand how when my Uncle didn't sign anything to make her the power of attorney or anything like that. She is... Read more »
It sounds like your uncle died without a will and his daughter is his sole heir at law, in which case she gets everything. As his nephew, you are not an heir at law when he was survived by a child. Be grateful for whatever she chooses to share with you.
My fiance was granted 3 years parole, after serving 8 months on a 4 year sentence for a felony charge, and was released in April. They issued a warrant on a new misdamenor charge on June 19th. He was arrested, taken to court, transported to jail, and bonded out on June 23rd. Today was his pre trial... Read more »
Not only am I her administrator, im her only child and she has no surviving spouse. If i made mortgage payments could I legally live in her house right now where it's in probate? Also, her credit card companies put a claim against her estate, when I called they advised I sell the house due to where... 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 »
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We had to pay for remediation to his home plus addt'l costs. We have not located a will yet but believe there could be one. We also believe brother assigned beneficiaries to his investments and POD to his bank accounts. House and car appear to be titled to deceased only. If an executor/will is... 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 »
She trying to say she gets everything and that his assets were less than 15000 when I know better she lied to lawyer which is a friend or family of hers so believe they telling her to do it because she can't stand me where do I stand and what can I do
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