My brother is the executor. Can he take the house from me or make me move?
You can contact the Newberry County probate court, since I assume that is the correct county, and obtain a complete copy of the probate file. If there are claims against the estate and no other assets, the estate may have to sell the house to satisfy those claims. Otherwise, you may have to pay rent to the estate if requested.
Normally, the house will be distributed out of the estate at closing to you and your sister as tenants in common. Then you will have to deal with her as to either buying her out or some other arrangement. You need to be sure that insurance is maintained on the house.
I was stopped for a headlight I did not know was out. I was eventually asked to step out. I was asked if they could search me or my vehicle I said that I did not consent to any searches. He informed me that he was already waiting on a drug dog and...
Excessive air fresheners and the presence of cigar wrappers are some of the items that have been found to consist of reasonable suspicion in order to extend a traffic stop. I would recommend that you retain an attorney to review the officer's report and give you an opinion on whether the search was proper.See question
if your spouce declares you as married on tax returns as common law married and stated that you are his wife weather in public or on a text does the other spouce have any rights when trying to file for a divorse in the courts in south carolina and...
I agree with attorney Frazier. You may well have the rights of a spouse. However, the only way to find out is to file for a divorce and have the South Carolina family court make a decision. This is not something to try to do on your own so retain an experienced South Carolina attorney.See question
Does law revoke ex wife and passes to new wife . Ex wife name on joint checking and savings account also, can that be revoked and passed to his estate.
From the information that you have provided there is no clear answer. This is something that would have to be discussed with a South Carolina probate attorney. The laws are different depending on whether the 401K and pension are subject to Federal law or State law and whether the beneficiary was changed after the divorce. There may also be language in the divorce decree, especially about the bank accounts. Normally, the ex wife has no claim to the estate but that is not always the case. The party that is going to file to be named the personal representative should consult with an attorney first. Click on the link below for information on filing probate in Spartanburg.See question
I was followed then stopped at a public gas station. I didn't see any blue just front headlights flashing.
I agree with Attorney Woods. An office can use any means of notification to get you to pull over, blue lights are not required.See question
its been a long time coming and many bouts of medical emegency room visits from drinking too much and lying and cheating and not able to work because she cant stop drinking during lunch hours its time to move on there are no minor children involved
Habitual intoxication and adultery are both grounds for a divorce in Georgia. As the other attorneys have recommended, contact a local Georgia divorce attorney to begin proceedings.See question
Ok ,, after 2 years marriage ,, she cheated, we agree on divorce, she sign the house and the land to me and she took the car,, i waited maybe she come back , but after a year she fill for divorce on the base on separation,, now i sold the house an...
Based on your limited information it is difficult to answer your question. You need to contact a divorce attorney and let him review her Complaint with you and see what she is requesting. It appears the upcoming hearing is what is called a Temporary Hearing and you may not like the results if you are not prepared.See question
My step dad left a insurance policy for me. I used it to pay half of the funeral expenses. But his biological son has all rights and took all of his assets. Can I sue for my money back since I have no legal obligation to pay.
If an estate has been opened and is still open, then you can file a creditor's claim in the Lancaster Probate Court.
The court can give you the form to fill out. They are located at 101 N Main St, Lancaster, SC 29720.
If an estate has not been opened, you may be able to open the estate as a creditor and be named the personal representative of the estate but for that I would recommend that you retain an attorney.
The above attorneys are correct. Normally the ex husband would be responsible for filing any necessary paperwork to show that he is now the sole owner of the property. You need to contact the probate court in the county of her residence to see if probate of her other assets is required. You can use a small estate affidavit if there is no real estate and her personal property is less than $25,000.See question
My mother got married in march and she realized she made a mistake. He's a drunk and very angry and hurtful. She wants to get an annulment, what would she have to do?
The above attorneys are correct. It appears that she will have to get a divorce. Whether she can file for an "at fault" divorce or have to get a separation and wait the one year to finalize the divorce is something that she should discuss with an attorney. Here is a link to the grounds for divorce in South Carolina.See question