Sorry for your loss. There is not enough information to fully answer your question. The answer depends upon who died when and who were their heirs. Generally, upon the death of your father-in-law, his property would go to his heirs. That would include his spouse, if any, any living children or...Read more »
My cousin passed away without a will. He had no children, surviving siblings or parents. My siblings and I are the closest relatives. He had a two week hospital stay prior to his death. So far we have not been able to find out a final bill from the hospital. He had Medicare and VA and we would... Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. There is no time limit for filing a probate matter in Oklahoma. In order to sell the property or get good title to the real estate, you will have to have an estate proceeding. Unfortuantely, because of the pandemic, we are seeing a lot of people dying without a will and...Read more »
No new will was drafted, but the husband dies unexpectedly in 2020. What does Oklahoma law say this wife is legally entitled to? Or will she have to sell the home she lives in because it is part of the assets mentioned in the 2017 will?
I am sorry for your loss. The answer first may depend upon how the title to the house was held. I have assumed that the house was in the name of the husband only. I have also assumed there is no antenuptial agreement, which may also affect the answer. there will need to be an administration of the...Read more »
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