The family estate attorney has not given me enough information to go on. I have questions on reliability.
Not quite enough information here. As the other attorney stated, the deed of distribution is to evidence the transfer of real estate from an estate. If you have an attorney, you would want to speak with them to get the information you need. If not, you may need to see an attorney. They may better explain what you are being offered and to get the information needed.See question
My wife and I separated and we agreed on who takes what. Basically she takes a car pays for it, I take a car I pay for it. We each have a credit card and I pay mine she pays hers. How due I protect the from future debt until divorce. My understand...
I think that if you each live separate and apart, there would be no obligation between you for debt acquired at that time. As a practical matter, each of you should be unable to create joint debt without the other's consent.See question
August 2016 we allowed my step-daughter to come into our home with the understanding that she would get a job and pay rent - she has done neither one. Stress is high at this point and we've asked her to leave several times - the fathers back that...
Magistrate's court provides a couple ways to get someone out of your home or off your property. If its a landlord tenant issue (there's a lease) then there's an eviction process through the court. There is also a trespass process where someone basically gets 5 days to leave, but is used in very specific circumstances when there is no lease. There is some strategy and requirements to using one or the other or both. You should consult with the Magistrate's court in your city and with an attorney to understand your best options.See question
I hired a contractor to trim down trees. I canceled a job a day before it was scheduled. I sent him a text and left him a voice mail as well. When I came home, to my surprise, I found out the trees were trimmed down on the same day I cancelled. M...
It sounds like you have a contract dispute. There's always two options: stand your ground and hold your position no matter what or try to work it out. Many times contract disputes are a matter of interpretation of each other's understanding of the agreement and once each side understands the other, they can come to a resolution. If a resolution cannot be had, there is court. A case such as this is perfect for Summary or Magistrate's court.See question
mothers estate has been open for 11 years now.
An estate doesn't close after a certain time period. If there has been missing information or some requirement that the court didn't receive, it could stay open, become neglected and "sit" where it is. After 11 years, someone should probably contact the court and or an attorney to see what can be done to finish the transfer of any property, if needed.
My grandmother passed and did not have a will. She has one living child and one that passed that has one daughter. How will property be handed out .
Generally, if you die without a will the property passes 50% to a spouse adn 50% to the children. If any of the children do not survive the person that passed away, the property passes to any living children and living grandchildren (children of the deceased child. I hope that is not too confusing...
Approximately 2 years ago, I got a home equity loan for $10,000 to help a friend start his business. It was understood that he would make the monthly payments and be responsible for re-paying the loan. For about a year he made interest only paym...
Sounds like a contract case. If the amount is over 7500, you may want to proceed in civil court. there are a lot of rules to ensure you properly pursue your case, so an attorney is recommended.See question
I live in Virginia. My cousin died intestate and lived in Sumter, South Carolina. I've been told by the estate lawyer that I need to petition the probate court to be considered as an heir, and that he couldn't help me. I was not listed in the o...
When an estate is opened, all heirs should receive information about the estate. If you are a true heir and need to be included, you may need to 'sue' the estate to recognize you as an heir. This would be the only way to receive any property you may be due from the estate. Its recommended to get a lawyer for this, since anyone filing in court is held to the same rules and regulations as an attorney.See question
My grandmother passed in 2008 leaving three accounts to me and every thing else in her estate to my uncle (her son) to be over viewed by him and advised to I attained age 35 me being benifiary to it since then my uncle passed in 2011 and his will ...
I agree with the other attorneys and this may not be easily dealt with standard court filings. You may need to seek an attorney to help trace the property from your grandmother and then to address how your living uncle was able to liquidated the assets. From what you state here, none of this should have occurred how you describe if the cases were in court. An attorney can help determine what if any case is open to file an action protecting your interest or if a new case is required to recover any funds you are due.
The home and the wheel was left to the children grandchildren and great-grandchildren which is an endless chain of people and the property cannot be sold or distributed evenly because of the Endless chain of family members
There isn't enough information here for an attorney to answer your question. You should sit down with someone to have them review the will and what to do. I don't think a will contest is what would sort out owners of a property. A probate case may be helpful to determine the true beneficiaries and if all people can be found there can be some agreement made for those that wish to sell their shares to the others.
Otherwise, a partition action can be used where an owner force the sale of the property and the money given to the owners. This would be difficult with an "endless chain" of beneficiaries, but doable. Talk to an attorney.See question