are his wife (me) and children entitled to his share of the benefit payout along with his siblings?
I agree with my colleagues. The wording of the beneficiary designations is critical. It will determination whether a predeceased beneficiary's interest passes to his heirs open death of the named insured, or whether they are split among the surviving beneficiaries.See question
She wanted, and took the rest out of state to her home. We are contesting the will but fear nothing will be left when we get in the court room. She has also taken the cars and traded them in. Is this considered stealing since we are in the early s...
If the assumed heir is the personal representative, and the will did not specifically designate the personal items, the pr has the authority to decide what is of value and should be kept and what should be discarded. She is also allowed to dispose of other estate assets, provided that the proceeds of any sale are placed in the estate account, pending payment of creditors and final distribution. If you are contesting the will, discuss this situation with your attorney, but your facts do not present anything out the ordinary.See question
he trying to make us pay over $1300 we never signed anything stating him to work on her truck
It would help to have more information, such as how the guy got the truck and why you waited a month to come forward.See question
My husband was gifted a home after his uncle died. After his death the family had the opportunity to take items they were interested in. All property and financial aspects have Benn finalized for over a year now. The deed to the house is in my hu...
Unlikely unless any of the items were specifically gifted to them.See question
I was given a truck to rebuild. However the man passed before signing the title to me. He does not owe money on this vehicle and it is non working. Unfortunately he passed owing money on his house. How do I get the truck into my name or will it...
The vehicle becomes part of the estate. So you can only get title through the estate.See question
my father past and I am the pr, need money to pay debts and I have someone to buy property now.
Unless the house is a specific bequest and there are other estate assets to pay estate bills, you call sell the house for estate expenses. The sale proceeds need to go into the estate account and cannot be used for your personal debts unless you have authority to make a partial distribution.See question
It said do not leave the site, or I would be in more trouble. It requested the funds be paid at a choice of retail stores such as Walmart, Krogers, etc. I shut the PC down. Could this be legitamite, or just a scare hoax.
This is a scam.See question
I moved out of my apt and nearly all of my deposit was withheld and I was given a list of items with no receipts, or specific amounts for the individual items, just a cumulative total withheld. Does this constitute an itemized list?
Not at all. Every damage and repair need to be individually accounted for, preferably with receipts or estimates for repair. Ideally, you would have done a walk through and been advised of damages at that time. Most states will award a tenant the security wrongfully withheld and penalties of up to twice the amount wrongfully withheld if the landlord cannot justify the failure to properly account for the security deposit. If the court rules in your favor, you will most likely also be awarded your attorney fees so consult a land-tenant attorney as soon as possible.See question
As a 25% partner in 2 software LLC's (one to handle the sales, one to handle the IP holdings) in Arizona, I now want to sell my shares to a 3rd party. We have had 1 customer sale in the past 5 years of the LLCs existence and we have not been prof...
The best way to answer your question accurately is to have a corporate attorney review the operating agreements and have the accountants review the financials. You also need to determine if you can sell to a third party or whether the existing members have first right of refusal.See question