I need only two things but the attorney I initially consulted with and paid $300 to is now not responding to me. I am willing to pay an attorney a fixed price simply to tell me what form I need to fill out as a beneficiary to gain access to my d...
You need a local attorney. I'd suggest search here on avvo, or online, or in a phone book. Most offer free consults or consultations for a small fee under $100. Once you find one, sign a retainer agreement and help them to resolve this matter for you.See question
Our father passed away almost a year ago and we have heard nothing from the courts. Four siblings are to each receive a small cash sum and the estate was more than enough to cover it. The child who was appointed Executor has been dragging his fe...
I agree with the prior attorneys. You should read and follow their advice.See question
My nephew purchased my deceased father's boat, which as left to me, but I agreed to split the profits with my siblings. My brother, the trustee, had my nephew send me my portion of the proceeds in a check directly from his account. The sale did ...
You will need a local estate attorney to handle this matter for you. If the estate has been completely distributed; you should have title of the boat. If you have title of the boat, you can sell it for full market value.
If the trust still owns the boat, and it hasn't passed to you; then it needs to pass to you in order to complete the sale. Assuming it's been left to you.
Assets type are bank accounts, brokerage accounts, IRA, 401K and Canadian RRSP
It's likely that you will need two attorneys. One to setup a plan for all the US assets and one for all the Canada assets.
I routinely setup estate planning for Virginia residents; however, most US attorneys aren't also licensed in Canada to practice Canadian law.
And does it still need to go probate if there is nothing to dispute
It depends. It's likely that you will need a probate attorney in your local area to resolve this matter for you.See question
My Father passed away and left no provision in his will to pass on personal family items to his 3 surviving children. The estate attorney informed us that according to PA law, the property is joint and passes to the surviving second spouse. Do th...
I concur with the prior attorneys. You need to speak with them and see if you can get an agreeable solution.See question
My wife has no power of attorney, or living will and is now in the nursing home.
You will need a local attorney that regularly handles these matters to obtain guardianship.See question
My fathers wife is in the nursing home, and needs to be able to handle her insurance and to her bills that he has been paying. The insurance companies will not talk to him because her daughter who died two weeks ago was the beneficiary.
It depends. Every case is different, but you can obtain guardianship by petitioning the local courts. You will need a qualified attorney that handles these matters to resolve this matter for you.See question
Annual accounting is due and I have some questions about the accounting and wish to file an objection to the accounting. What are the steps I need to take?
You clearly need a probate attorney that regularly handles these types of matters in your local area. I'd start with a search online, then use the phone book if needed.
You need a qualified attorney to resolve this matter.See question
I am durable power of attorney for health/financial, for a good friend who lives in an assisted living facility. She has mild-to-moderate dementia. The POA we currently have was drawn up and notarized prior to her cognitive decline. Although I am ...
You have to have an attorney review the document. It's likely that you can't modify this agreement.See question