He passed away in Nevada and she didn't even come down to help or offer support when he passed. I had to set up a go fund me to even have him cremated. I received court papers that state order granting permission for probate and it says that because no one objected that the court gave it to... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2023
When the ex-spouse filed the petition, she was supposed to identify any children and send copies of the petition specifically to avoid this type of situation so that you could object to the appointment. NRS 149.010 sets forth the basis for removal of a personal representative and if she was aware... Read more »
My brother became sick and he wrote me a check for $30000 i deposited it to my account but it was denied due to funds not being in checking so he transfered funds and wrote me another check i deposited it then he died the check was denied for an unknown reason my account was froze then closed due... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2023
Sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. In the event his estate consisted solely of the bank account and it was under $25,000, then you would be able to access the account through the use of Nevada's Small Estate Affidavit. Unfortunately, due to the amount involved, this will not be... Read more »
I have been my dad's guardian for over 10 years. I am also his heir. I have one sibling who isn't interested in the account. My dad didn't have a will. He only had a bank account that has a 100k balance. He has no debt and no other assets. I am trying to avoid attorney fees, etc.,... Read more »
answered on Jan 24, 2023
Appears your father died with a guardianship over his person and property. If so, final pleadings advising the guardianship court of his death. This will close out the guardianship. If your father died with the bank account you say no one else has an interest in the account, and you are not a pay... Read more »
Relatives are living there rent free because of health issues. I want to store my dad's belongings there and they are telling me there is no room. I've heard my uncle is going to try and get it. What can I do or where do I start? There is no will. Do I have any authority at all? Please help
answered on Jan 3, 2023
Firstly, sorry for your loss.
Based upon what you have said, the house and dad's other assets will become yours as an only child, however the assets will most likely have to go through probate to become yours. You should consult with an attorney soon regarding opening a probate action... Read more »
Aunt and uncle live there rent free because of health issues. I've heard my uncle wants to take it over. Where do I Start?
Any advise would be appreciated.
answered on Jan 1, 2023
You probably own it as the sole heir. Hire an attorney to search the title, determine heirship, and possibly evict the relatives. If only a tenant in common, then partition may be in order.
I am an only child and my father wasn't married. My father was Muslim- I am not. I am female. My father told me about the bank accounts and investments and insurance policies he was leaving me. How do I get them when I'm in Nevada?
answered on Nov 19, 2022
An attorney familiar with Egyptian law will very likely provide a much better answer than I will. But just in case one does not leave an answer, maybe my answer will be a good start. In the US, the laws governing how property passes to heirs/descendants, depends upon residence of the deceased at... Read more »
Washoe County, dad's house prior to meeting stepmom,. 3 adult step brothers and stepmom all move in, dad died, later stepmom died and 1 by 1 step brothers die. I am the daughter that grew up in that house long before dad meet these people. I was never notified of any deaths except my... Read more »
answered on Oct 6, 2022
I am so sorry to read what you father did to you. I suspect, but do not know for sure, you have no cause of action against the administrator. Other colleagues of mine may think differently. Here is what I think happened: Your father placed your step-mother on title as joint tenants with rights of... Read more »
He had a wife who passed yes before him, she had children but not his. He has a home but I don’t know how to get access which is probably where the will is.
answered on May 17, 2022
A person having an original Will (not just a photocopy) is required by law to file it within 10 days after the Will writer dies. This is not strictly enforced. Some people are slow to file a Will or begin probate. However, you can search for filed Wills by name on the Clark County Court website.... Read more »
Spouse dies, does deed transfer upon presentation of death certificate?
answered on May 12, 2022
No, it is not assumed, and even if it was JTWROS, presentation of the death certificate is not sufficient.
You should consult with an attorney, as there are a few things to consider before it can be determined how best get the house transferred.
Deed was joint with right of survivorship
answered on May 11, 2022
Probate is about clearing title of the name of the deceased from property the deceased owned individually - not with someone else like Joint tenancy WROS, so the answer is no.
answered on Mar 15, 2022
I am sorry for your children’s loss. Without more facts it impossible to answer the question. Facts needed are state of his residence at time of death, the ages of all of his children, how his assets are titled, approximate value of assets to go through probate, does he have a Will or Trust,... Read more »
the man, who is the stepfather to the beneficarys, starts a charitable LLC. right after his wifes death. of whitch he is president and CEO. then two months before his death,he secretly amends the family trust to name his nonprofit as the sole beneficary. He removed the two blood heirs of his wife... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2022
There are way too many missing facts to answer your question. You really do need a full consultation for that.
My editorial comment here is if the wife really wanted to protect against this, then it was an estate planning failure, at least as to her share of the trust estate, because this... Read more »
We live in her home which is in the trust. When she passes can I take over payments and keep the home? She owes 350k but house is worth 700k. We are in NV
answered on Dec 13, 2021
You would be considered a "successor in interest" and, yes, you can just keep making the payments. When the trust administration is complete and the home is in your name, provide a copy of the deed to the mortgage lender and let them know that they should start sending statements to you.
His wife trying to evict me. Can I stay this and compel the will be produced?How do I go about this? A general form to compell to produce the WILL and stay eviction.
answered on Nov 4, 2021
Your situation sounds like it may benefit from speaking to a probate attorney. unfortunately our firm doesn't handle these types of matters but I am certain you can get assistance from a probate attorney. wishing you the best.
Nephew n niece have any rights to the house n assets we have no will
answered on Oct 4, 2021
Assuming your mother was a raiders t of Nevada when she died, pursuant to Nevada intestate law, her deceased children’s grandchildren step into their deceased parent’s shoes. That being said, assuming your deceased siblings each had at least one child, the estate would be divided in four, on... Read more »
a document he provided for signature. my i file that myself since hes mia
answered on Jun 21, 2021
You will need to file a substitution of attorney in the proper person. The self help center will have forms that you can use to achieve that objective.
I’m going to file the set aside and mail her notice and wondering if I will get the entire estate if she doesn’t file an objection or will the court just automatically give her half without her showing up in court or objecting. We haven’t seen her for 30 years so the chance of her responding... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2021
If your father died without a Will and the "estranged" daughter is his biological daughter and you and she are the only children he ever had and he died unmarried, she gets half of his estate just like you. If you fail to mention her in paperwork you file you will be committing a fraud.... Read more »
REFERENCE NO. 0BC21-0475
AFFIDAVIT THAT LOST IT
THE LOWER PROBATE COURT RULED THAT THE WITNESS AFFIDAVIT WAS INCORRECT AND RULED THE WITNESS NOT RELIABLE. IT WAS ESTABLISHED THAT A NEW WITNESS AFFIDAVIT MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE OBJECTION. THAT BEING SAID HERE IS THE TIME LINE... Read more »
answered on Jun 10, 2021
What is your question? Why aren’t you asking your attorney? This forum is for questions of a general nature. You apparently have very specific circumstances. For that sort of thing the usual advice is to consult an attorney not a free legal forum. There is nobody better suited to answer your... Read more »
MY FRIEND AND HER SON AND DAUGHTER AND MOM LIVE IN THE FAMILY HOME. ON APRIL 29, HER DAUGHTER DIED AND ON THE 30TH HER MOTHER ABANDONED THE HOME. NOW HER MOTHER IS SENDING TEXT MESSAGES THAT SHE NEEDS TO MOVE OUT. SHE STILL HAS NO IDEA WHERE HER MOM IS. SHE PAID THE BILLS, CARED FOR THE PETS, YARD... Read more »
answered on Jun 10, 2021
I believe you might benefit from speaking to an estate planning attorney regarding this question.
Do the cousins have any claim on the intestate’s estate? Intestate residency is NV and cousins in NC and MD.
answered on May 26, 2021
The cousins have a claim if they are blood relatives which means that there is a common ancestor of the cousin and the deceased. I think under a strict definition of cousins, they are always blood relatives, but with divorces and blended families the term cousin may be used loosely.
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