A couple days before my mother passed away my sister and uncle drafted up their own quitclaim deed putting my moms house in my sisters name. I wasn’t informed until the moment of the signing that my name wasn’t attached. My mom was in no state to be signing any kind of legal documents. She was... Read more »
It sounds like you are worried in advance about something that may or may not happen. If you do not receive your share of the proceeds within 48 hours after the closing (keep checking your bank account online), then repost your question.
If the property is still in the decedent's name, you will need to open a probate and get an order from a judge awarding you the property. This order will get recorded with the county recorder to put the home in your name.
also would a interest on property file filed with the court be enough for the house to not be able to be sold.. while i get council and find best lawyer to get started with probate or whats the next step? or 1st step. remember his bank accounts and proeprty is being sold by my younger sibling as... Read more »
not only has my brother been selling alot of the belongings he is claiming there is no life insurance. Just last year my dad mentioned to me how much i would be getting. i hated when he brought that subject up. especially when we were literally burying his dad the last time he mentioned it. My... Read more »
You need to hire a probate attorney to help you probate your father's estate. you most likely are entitled to a share of the estate under the laws of intestate succession bu the exact percentage depends on other facts.
I met my grandfather (on my dads side) in 2000 over the phone when he was speaking with my grandmother (moms side) he was in Utah I was in Seattle, I moved to Utah latr October 2019 I called him we were gonna meet face to face that Thanksgiving well he didn't show, then never answered his... Read more »
When I was 17 I was on probation I did good till about the third month and it kept getting worse and worse living with my dad(he’d get in my face yelling, threaten to hit me, constantly would kick me out then threaten to call my PO for running away constantly degrade me cause my weed charges(2))... Read more »
You should call an attorney who can look up the case in the CARE system. It seems unlikely that the Court would have any interest in pursuing the case; but, there is no way to know if you are good without determining what occurred in the case.
Probate is the process that is used to retitle assets that are still in the name of a deceased person. In order to sell the home you will need to update the title so that it is in your name. A Utah probate attorney can help you with this process.
My father just died. He was married. There is me and my sister. He just had retired from intel, and had several amount of money in stocks and bonds, and money saved up. Plus my step mother and him had just purchased a house worth about $750,000. I would like to know where all his money will be... Read more »
I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. My condolences. You mentioned your father lived in Oregon and purchased a house there. Unless your father owned property in Utah, then you are going to be dealing with Estate and Probate law in Oregon. Each state can have very different laws...Read more »
My probation officer came to my house and I was out of state For work .i did not notify him in advance . I can Havecompany prove that I was working .in this ISituation Should I tell him right away or wait until back in the state in a few days then meet him with a lawyer
In Utah you would need to file a probate action, get yourself appointed as personal representative, and have yourself declared the sole heir of the estate. You would be best served by retaining an attorney that works in the estate probate area of law that is also near where your father's...Read more »
my dad passed i am benificuary on a bunch of stuff i need help getting and my dad bought a house and has over paid for it the person we bought house from kicked us out and threw away all my dads stuff and sold house we want her to pay and give us our house back
I am sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. This can be a difficult time as his affairs are wound up. Who is executor or did your Dad have a will? Has anyone started a probate proceeding? If you are a child and an heir you would have probably received notice of this....Read more »
he bought the house, she bought everything in it. When she died, in her will she left me all of her personal belongings (a handwritten list included with the will) which shows the furniture, etc. I've left everything in place since my father is still alive and don't want him living with... Read more »
You can't disinherit your spouse. So regardless of what the will says, your father has a right to the first $75,000 + half of whatever is left over. Do you know if they had a prenuptial agreement? Probably not right?
So yes there is a marital interest. All personal property is...Read more »
until my father dies. My problem is that my brothers and their wives and children are stealing things from my father's house and they are the things my mother left me. I would like to charge them the replacement value of the item from the trust since I can't seem to get them to stop... Read more »
I am sorry for your predicament. Who is the trustee of the trust? It is the trustee's job to safeguard the property. If they are not doing their job, then your action would be against the trustee. He or she has a fiduciary duty to possess and safeguard the property.
My father recently passed away. He was living in Salt Lake in a nursing home for the last 15 months of his life. He was receiving SS and Pension, which have both been notified & stopped. Prior he was living in Virginia, all is assets are held jointly with me (his son & executor of his will... Read more »
The personal representative of your boyfriend's estate has the job of collecting and securing all property of the estate. The guns are part of the estate. In addition, Utah Law (which would be applied and respected in Wyoming) will...Read more »
And my brother anyways she had a bank account and did not leave a will. I was told by a lawyer all I needed to do with the bank account was bring them the death certificate and a small affidavit to get control of the bank account, and he also stated that they didn't comply they could be sued... Read more »
The advice the attorney gave you is correct up to a point. It depends on how much is in the bank account. If there is 100k or more, then you will have to take it through probate in order to get the distribution from them. Do you have any idea how much is in the account?
No, if the title was held in the "A or B" fashion then it means that you owned it as a joint tenants. Joint tenancy carries with it a right of survivorship which means that upon the death of one joint tenant (your mom) you inherit the entire property (the car).
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