How to get help with your estate law questions
The Legal Experts on JustAnswer have handled thousands of estate law questions, such as:.
- My husband died intestate and his 2 children own half my house. I've chosen to live in it. Can they bother me by insisting I let them into inspect the house or for other reasons?
- In Missouri, is it legal to send the death certificate to medical debt collectors to let them know someone died, but you are not responsible for his debts?
- Are pooled income trusts allowed in North Carolina for Medicaid?
- I received $56,000 from my deceased mother's estate in 2017. I live in California. Is this money taxable?
Before you talk with the estate lawyer, you will need to have the following information ready:.
- Family information for yourself, your spouse and your children
- Documents proving your authority, such as a will or living trust document naming you as the representative
- Your will or trust document, if it exists
- The deeds to any real estate
- Information on life insurance policies
- Gift tax returns
- Documents for requesting public benefits
- Information regarding any additional assets to be divided
- Any specific bequests you wish to include in your will or trust
With this information ready you will be able to make the best use of the expert’s time, and make it easier to get the information that you need.