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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'm in Ct, My mom has been in a nursing home 4 months and it
I'm in Ct, My mom has been in a nursing home for about 4 months and it looks like she may need to stay longer. I am secondary power of attorney my step dad is first. I have been gifted 14K by my step dad and mom during this interim as they knew I have been struggling to maintain my mortgage payments. The short of it is, I have used the money for my mortgage and household bills to catch up and now the Nursing home wants all the monies back!My question is obviously, Am I screwed!Beebo
Fiance is in Africa. Her mother died and left 80 gram of
Hi, fiance is in Africa. Her mother died and left 80 kilo gram of gold which is in ownership of my fiance name. And a court document from my fiance giving me power of attorney to sell an amount of gold in the USA once it arrives in america. Her attorney tells us that she can not sell the gold in Africa because she is not license. And that she can not liquidate. There is a vault storage fee at G4 Securties of approx. $7,000.00 due for the pass 18 months. We want to use two bars sent to me to sale so that in turn use that money to pay late fees and transport to USA. But first pay dues and we no idea there to find buyer or collateral loan.We would appreciate all the help you can give us.Thank you,Roy **
I lawyer handled a criminal case 2-4 years ago, and I am
Hi,My name is***** lawyer handled a criminal case for me 2-4 years ago, and I am still on probation. He has been paid a great deal in full, but does not seem invested in representing me to adjust my sentence now. Requesting and helping me reduce my sentence was what he stated he would do, at this point in time. Again, he seems not to be interested in doing this. I requested a copy of our contract, which he says he cannot provide. I have a copy of the payments he received from me, which again were very substantial ($50,000), though he said he "may not have a contract for me." What can I do to ensure I get the representation I paid for, or if not, see my money refunded?Thank you,Nick
I was signed into a nursing home by my lawyer brother I was
I was signed into a nursing home by my lawyer brother I was mostly unconscious gave him power of attoren..he recently gave it back tthis place costs me $142,000 a year and now they are searching mh little room..no drugs or alchol just took other liquids and went through peronal belongings tok am dustpan, some manicure things rtc aand s I protested the said they will return soon to remove all my prints and wat ercolors..3 years and no one ever told me about this "polcy" should I call the authorities outside?
We live in Colorado. My 92 year old mother has dementia. WeView more legal questions
We live in Colorado. My 92 year old mother has dementia. We have tried to keep her out of a nursing home but that is becoming very difficult. She has very little money. But she has properties still in her name worth about $700,000. We assume that it is too late to have them transferred to us and that the state will take them if she has to go into a nursing home. Is that correct?Also, if she gifts them to us, would estate or gift tax be prohibitive?Any suggestions or are we pretty much screwed?