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Husband and second wife had no will or living trust. The
Husband and second wife had no will or living trust. The husband was the breadwinner and had considerable investments in a brokerage account. The husband and wife both became ill with cancer. (The wife filed for divorce but did not conclude the divorce.) Two days before he died, she wrote a trust. She then died a few months later. The trust she wrote leaves to the beneficiaries percentages of her estate, which assumes his investments. My question is this: if he named beneficiaries as part of his brokerage account, does that pre-empt her ability to assume those assets and designate to her beneficiaries?
My father passed away four months ago and has a irrevocable
Hi, my father passed away four months ago and has a irrevocable living trust with my step mother who is living now. During my father's last three weeks of life he came to live in my home and verbally told me and my sister to go to his house and take 4 large framed photos and some small ones that were photographed by his father (my grandfather) 45 years ago. During his illness while he was still living at his home with his wife, he made copies of his house key and gave me his alarm code. We did go get those family framed photos and took possession of them 2 weeks before he died. i have just received a letter from her estate attorney demanded these items back. She has also asked for other small things that I never took possession of as well as a pressure cleaner that my father gave my husband and I 3 years ago. In addition, she is asking for 2 photo albums my father had. One was filled with photo of my mother and my sister and I and the other was his military photo album that she allowed me to take. Do I have to legally give these things back to her? Do I have to respond to what I feel is a ridiculous request?
Iam back i have more then one problem,when my mother passed
hi iam back i have more then one problem,when my mother passed there was a living trust three way split thats what the trust stated.i still have not received my third after the house was sold. Then there is the matter of my uncle holding 50,000.00 dollar from my parents estate ,to my knowledge the funds are still in his hands.at the same time all that wes going on my brother tryed to pull a fast one telling me he would give me 5.000 for our 40 ares i just laughed but he was serious.can you tell me how to get my inheritence,my sister and brother have been holding it for 9 years.one more ? can i put a lien on there assets.
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My brother had a will and a living trust. In s will he left
My brother had a will and a living trust. In his will he left my sister a portion of his rental house. My living passed away 5 months before my brother. My brother had a Survivorship Requirement which read: For all gifts uder this will, I require that the beneficiary survice me for sixty days before entitlement to such gift. We live in California. Who would get my sister's portion since she passed before my brother?JA: Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I sent that in my message - CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: That's all I can think of. My sister has a husband still living and a grown daughter.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I have a Revocable Living Trust with Betzel and Kaufman in
I have a Revocable Living Trust with Betzel and Kaufman in Cincinnati, Ohio, Daniel Betzel. However, they apparently are not in business and I cannot find out who is taking care of that now. Can you help me find out who took over their business?
My mother in-law is terminally ill. We are assisiting my father-in-law
My mother in-law is terminally ill. We are assisiting my father-in-law in organizing some estate issues. They reside in Virginia. They have an enormous amount of medical debt from her illness. The families primary concern is how to secure their house and family heirlooms against collection should something happen to both of them. In the event she passes away quickly he may simply file bankruptcy to discharge the medical debt. But in the event something happens to him what is the best thing to do? The house has a lot of euity but is not fully paid off. Can we put the house and any heirloom antiques etc into a living trust? Or is a standard Will sufficient in this instance? Or is there a better way to handle it all together?
I own 100% stock in a corporation (school) I also have a RevocableView more legal questions
I own 100% stock in a corporation (school) I also have a Revocable Living trust - with nothing in it - I lost everything in 2008-09 of value. I am 82 yrs old, I want to leave the stock/school to my 41 yr son when I die. Do I put it in trust? Can I will it? what should be done? also I do have various AARP life insurance policies do I put them in trust or what??? I don't expect this to be free please charge me but I do want to know some direction. when I had a lot of $$ and assets but I only have a reverse mortgage and nothing else except what the above states.Many thanks ***** (###) ###-####