she has a mortgage of $20,000 that I will pay off. Is it better if I buy the condo from her?...the condo is the only asset she has she does not want to loose it if for any reason she has to go to a nursing home...she is on medicare and medicaid
It would not be necessary to transfer the homestead now as explained.
I would suggest meeting wit an elder lae attorney to discuss your options.
Doctors at hospital have agreed his wife should not be the one to sign or make decisions on his behave. Social worker, said I would need something stating wife is not capable, but there is no paper work available on her. I am from out of town, so...
A doctor can sign a statement that she is not capable.
Hopefully you are named as a successor to her on a power of attorney
or helath care surrogate form.
Meaning, the testator signed in front of witness A, and the testator brought the "will" will to witness B who then signed. Witness A and B never saw each other. An uninterested, non-beneficiary, attorney has direct knowledge of the purported wil...
It would not be a valid will.
Best way to prove this is by deposition.
My son passed away out of state but his checking account is in California. He did not state any beneficiaries to the account but I was authorized to make deposits to the account.
You should repost your question in the state your son was a resident and take the advice of an attorney in that state on proper estate closing procedures.See question
"sunset clause"? Is this usage consistent with the commonly accepted use of the term?
Yes-that would be a good description of when the trustee makes the distribution-after death and payment of taxes and creditors.See question
Agent/sibling displaying multiple breaches of duties resulting in fraud and abuse towards the principal and third party. Issues range from contract created dishonestly, with improper motives and clearly not in the best interest nor acting in good...
Meet with an attorney to try to have the document revoked.See question
I need to set up two trusts; one with an LLC
Every attorney has different ways to charge-call and ask if they have a fee schedule.
Some attorneys have flat fees and post their fees on their web sites.
I just received a durable power of attorney, what is the process for requesting an affidavit from the agent for its validity? Do I have the right to request specific verbiage? What is the process when requesting an affidavit? What is the reasonab...
Make this simple or decline to accept the POA.
Present the document where it needs to be used
and see if any demands are made upon you.
I think you will find that it is easy to use.
Use it in good faith totally from the person who gave it to you-keep good records-you will be fine.
About 10 years ago a deed was made up for a piece of land and given to John. The person (POA), I believe, did not have the power to make the transaction. I just put all this info together/ i am a beneficiary. John is claiming the land because of ...
The problem is that John now owns the land because of the deed.
You will have to file a lawsuit to reverse the deed with the evidence
that you "believe".
Meet with an attorney to discuss your facts.
One deceased child has one living child. The other deceased child has no children. What portion of the estate does the living child of the deceased child receive? BTW< she is suing me for half of the estate when my brother and I are still living. ...
The words in the trust control.
Sometimes it goes equaly to surviving-sometimes down the blood line-
Have a Tenn attorney review.
You should repost the question in Tenn.