You might move to be removed as Personal Representative. But all assets that have come into your possession would have to be transferred to the new, proposed PR. Federal Court probably has no jurisdiction in this matter, and if a Court wants a hearing, that is the Judge's discretion, not...Read more »
In some cases, a probate case has to be filed in court but not in all cases. You should consult an attorney in person, who works in probate, or in real estate, or both, for guidance. The attorney should review the Will, the relevant real estate records, and any other relevant info before...Read more »
Have a will in which I was named as executor. The will went missing however I have many relatives that witnessed what the will said and named me as executor my brother has taken possession of all of my mom's money and will not give me the 50% my mom had written as her wishes for her 2 children... Read more »
My dad passed, my brother removed mom's name so he's the only person on the title. My mother is elderly and she said she didn't know. I was never consulted and found out by looking at the county records. My bother said I can be put on the title but I don't know where to start.
If you are implying that there may have been some type of fraud in removing the mother's name and adding the brother's name to the title, then that needs to be looked into and corrected if necessary first before participating in the brother's willingness to add another name to the...Read more »
Sibling is lying to the lawyer saying she is making it possible for me to go into the house. This is not true. My siblings have made it impossible for me to go into the house. My daughter is also interested in purchasing the home PR will not respond to request
He was retired. His employer confirmed his ex is not listed as beneficiary and that his next of kin need to waive their rights to it for her to get it. She insists she was at one time, but assumes the employer messed up and failed to enter her name into the system. His next of kin are 2 sisters... Read more »
It isn't clear from your question the time frame of the events you describe. Generally you have to go through the same process each time you receive an inheritance but this may not be the case depending on the timing and the specific facts of your case.
The Statute states An order terminating the parent-juvenile relationship shall divest the parent and juvenile of all legal rights, privileges, duties, and obligations with respect to each other and the parents shall have no rights of inheritance with respect to such juvenile
If a parent's parental rights are terminated, it generally ends the legal relationship. Thus, the statutes of inheritance among parent-child are also generally severed. Thus, if the parent dies without a will, then the child isn't likely to inherit as a "child" of the parent...Read more »
My aunt is the executor of my grandfathers will. My father never created a will before passing and was married to his 3rd wife out of Texas at the time of his death. He was to gain an inheritance from his father divided by 4 Of his siblings. Everyone has received their inheritance, including the... Read more »
You could start by contacting the clerk of the probate court of where your father deceased to see if there is a probate court case number under his name and date of death.
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