I reside in NJ my Aunt passed and included me in her will as a beneficiary. My question is do I need an attorney to protect what is rightfully mine or is it pretty cut and dry? I do not know the Executor at all but the other beneficiary I do know ...
the executor represents the ESTATE, not you. you may be well served to hire or at least consult with a local attorney.See question
I am executor of my mothers estate. My mother has passed. My sister is in her will to get the house they were living in and my sister still is living there. In order for my sister to remortage the house she needs to be executor. Can I transfer exe...
i think you're misunderstanding or asking the wrong questions - i recommend you consult with a local attorney as soon as possible.See question
My father died March 28, 2016. Bank of America just WILL NOT release his funds to the estate. They have been provided with his death certificate and a copy of his will by the executrix of his estate (who also has his power of attorney). Everyth...
there's something amiss here. also, how large was his estate? did they release anything? they may not have been provided everything they need, or they may have someone incompetent in the way. i'd check an attorney ASAP.See question
We have been in a relationship living together for 30 years. We are not married, Since we live in NJ, will we be able to leave assets to each other and be each others beneficiaries without problems. We are trying to start a will and POA.
no obvious reason why not from your question. you should consult a local attorney asap.See question
I've become administrator of my father's estate - he didn't have a will. I finally got his house sold and now my brother is submit claims for "lawn care" in excess of $400 when the lawn was cut twice and it's less than a quarter of an acre. As t...
decide how much of a battle you want to make over $400. you can also get a quote from a lawn company, and then pay your brother for 2 cuts.See question
I have been taking my brother to court for over 6 years. He stole the inheritance my mother left us to be divided equally among 3 siblings. I filed a verified complaint, Order to show cause to compel an accounting and to remove executor. After ...
You're asking about a blade of grass when the forest is burning. You need an attorney ASAP.See question
Can we claim a share from my sister's estate? We no longer have parents.
you'd be best served speaking to an attorney and reviewing the intestacy statute which can be complicated to interpret. you also didn't mention if your sister had any children of her own, from the current or a prior marriage, etc. - this is tricky stuff.See question
If a parent puts it in their will to give money/assets to their children, but they die with credit card debt do the creditors get to take what was to be given to the children? My mother is so upset because she has a lot of credit card debt and she...
this may be an insolvent estate and there may be ways the kids can still get SOMETHING. the creditors will have to be dealt with. i recommend an attorney ASAP.See question
I don't know what happened to her will, my brother claiming everything in his name and it is all his, I was supposed to inherit a percent of the family farm and now my mom passed and all is in my brothers name is there anything I can do
you'll want to speak to a competent attorney sooner than later. this may have been what your mother really wanted, or your brother might have "coerced" her - and there can be remedies for that.See question
Relative passed away a week ago. We are all located in NJ. I want to find out if I am included in a trust or will as a beneficiary/trustee. If by NJ law I am required to be notified?
it depends on your relationship to the decedent, and what the trust says. you should consult with a lawyer.See question