My dad passed over 20 years ago,he had property,land etc. My
My dad passed over 20 years ago,he had property,land etc. My mother & 4 other siblings are remaining. I live & pay rent in the house 3rd floor,with my mother on the 1st,my mother has been selling property and not shared anything from my father's estate with my siblings.Now she is trying to evict me from my attic apt (not legal by the way) What are my rights as far as my inheritance? And can she evict me legally from heir property?JA: PayPal, Debitcard or credit card are all fine. Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: IllinoisJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: My mother has reverse mortage the house and has put only 1 sibling's name on the deed to the house.
The Virginia Department of Health is of course closed over
The Virginia Department of Health is of course closed over the weekend, but the website states only close family members can obtain a death certificate- spouse, children, etc. They have been divorced for many years.She has been to the office that handles the titles many times ( Sorry, I am in Virginia, and not FL, so we are corresponding by phone), and was told that a death certificate was required from the deceased parent, to prove she is the sole survivor. How does she file such an affidavit? What office? Will they still require a death certificate?
My sister and I are the only remaining siblings left. My
My sister and I are the only remaining siblings left. My brother was over the estate. He died in October last year and hadn't given to my sister and I pictures and personal items that belonged to our parents. Hi wife told me nobody was getting anything until my brothers son went through it. Is that legal? My sister and I are the only immediate family siblings left. What is the law on this matter.
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My brother passed away on July 19,2016--his only real
My brother passed away on July 19,2016--his only real property is a Ford truck worth about 1500 dollars the people who had him living in a room attached to their house are claiming the truck. I will not give them his death certificate as the truck is in his name and is his only property. I live in South Carolina and what my brother employer to be able to have the truck removed from their land and taken to his shop so he can sell the truck. Please tell me how I can do this.
May natural father died in 1981. He left my stepmother as
May natural father died in 1981. He left my stepmother as executor of house and property. The will was probated. The stepmother died on May 5th of this year. My dad states in the will that upon her death that my daughter, Pamela Eckard ,act as executor of my said estate and serve without bond. The property as stated by the will is left in thirds to brother, stepsister, and self. My issue is that the stepmother previously identified in writing, all legalized, that my step sister is co-owner on all of her property, etc, and acts in her behalf. Does the latter action nullify my dad's directive that places me as executor of current property identified in his will. Help. Phone(###) ###-#### ***@******.***
This question is for legal gems or an Ohio trust/ probate
This question is for legal gems or an Ohio trust/ probate lawyer . Summary; I am remainder beneficiary , not successor beneficiary. Mom passed ; 1) house was sold prior to passing ; founder of law firm family bought the house in cash; secret negotiations and contracts; will says house and other assets could be sold; 2) I could not come up with cash to buy mom house 3)house never went thru real estate person; potential conflict of interest ; 4) contents in storage could theoretically be sold 5) people now not moving in house they wanted to buy urgently ; now for sale by owner, don't know how much stuff appraised for; what has been spent; what goes to who; nor have received trust copy , what assets there are , or breakdown of what spent 7) initially lawyer had control of contents of house, personal items in storage , bank accounts , etc: some things did not get paid in timely manner by lawyer when mom alive ( insurance; bills . Etc) so trust took over 8) got notice mom stuff in probate with same lawyer; he gets % of assets: trustee appointed Q-why would mom assets go to probate when there is living trust ? Q-theoretically I could buy mom assets and they said I could get a few items 3) lawyer recently had house keys and did inventory before sold and has keys to storage 4) it could take months for this to sort out 5) can I get an independent trust attorney to review this? Thanks