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my mother passed away last june, she left her possesions and stocks to my brother and I. Her CPA and executor of the trust passed away last month. He had transferred remaining stocks into his name as … read more
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Both my parents passed away 8 days apart in January. I was POA and now trustee. They had been divorced for approx 25 yrs. my mother had a trust. She also had UTMA/CA with my niece listed as cust on on… read more
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my dad in 1981 left us 3 sisters each a piece of property. Oldest had own property. 2nd sister and youngest sister shared same 14,000 sq foot house property. Youngest sister passes away. House now und… read more
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I am the only living child not excluded in my Father's trust. He passed in Florida 8/3/11. He left me my home in Texas which is in his name. My step mother of 32 years and my x-sister in-law will not … read more
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