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 »
employer. They are taking us to small claims court because they know my husband (her brother) is the beneficiary of the life insurance policy. The office manager has left several messages stating if we just wanted to go ahead and put a check in the mail to them rather than going to court we... Read more »
You do not owe the money. The estate of your sister owes the money. If they have already sued you in small claims court, you should answer saying that the debtor is deceased and you are not liable on the debt. Enclosed a copy of the death certificate. If you are forced to go to a hearing on the...Read more »
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 »
I was on low supervision, quarterly check ins, last visit was June, P.O. said if I didn’t hear from her after my end date I was good. My check in would have been 9-26-19. Havnt had any calls, or talked to her since then, and Friday she placed a note saying I needed to come report this morning.... Read more »
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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