Hi was wanting to know. My mama was the borrower and I was a co - borrow and know she has passed my family is trying to take the car I've had for 5 yrs away for the estate. Because I am a co borrow can they do this
The more important question is in whose name or names is the vehicle titled?See question
I would like to make my mother the legal guardian of my child but, I do not want to give up my parental rights. Is it possible to do this? What procedures would I have to go through to name my mother as the legal guardian of my child?
The short answer is that it is possible to accomplish those objectives - although you won't have the ability to take back over without a judge's approval, even if your mother consents. However, the specifics cannot be efficiently provided on this site. You really need to consult with an attorney to get a full outline of the procedures involved. Good luck.See question
My dad has major health issues. For 40 years he's been covered by Kaiser, and had them for his Medicare Part B. Now because they live in a GA zip code Kaiser says they won't cover him. For the past two months he has been covered by WellCare but th...
I can't answer your question but it wasn't correctly categorized, so I changed it to "health insurance." Good luck.See question
My mom passed last year and didn't have a will so had to go thru Probate. She has 3 sons and one grandson and they agreed for me to be Executor of Estate. I had to pay off some liens on property to clear the property up for sale. I now need do to...
An experienced real estate attorney should be hired by you to prepare everything. Depending on what the sales contract provides, the attorney's fee can be allocated to the expenses of the Buyer. Really no need to re-title first to you and then to the Buyer. Your authority as the Administrator of the Estate allows you to sign a Deed to the Buyer in that capacity. Good luck!See question
I am the executor of my aunt's will. There is an heir to some part if the estate trying to pressure me to file and/or procedure with probation the will. What are my options?
A person in possession of a decdent's will is required to file it with the probate court of the decedent's county of residence within a reasonable time after death. Do you have possession of your aunt's will? See a probate attorney to whom you can provide the full details of the situation. S/he can answer your questions about options.See question
My husband and I are thinking of turning our Will into a Trust. 1st) to avoid any legal aftermath. 2nd) to stipulate a more stringent diversification of our money. We are not sure our 3 sons are capable in handling. 3rd) To have a Trustee to ...
I wish more people would consider using a trust to distribute their assets to their loved ones instead of a Will. In most cases, that is preferable because it avoids the cost and delay of probate - which is required when a Will is the device used to distribute assets. However, each situation is unique; therefore, I urge you to see an experienced attorney who can draft the trust you need. In general, a trust is more expensive than a Will to draft - but when you factor in the cost of probate (which a Will does not avoid) it is a much less expensive means of distributing your probate assets. Good luck.See question
Hello, my name is Corwin Merjanian. Me and my wife have been married for 5 years and had a little under a half acre with a 800 square foot house and a car with a four year old son. We planned on moving to Michigan to start a new life. She of cours...
I'm sorry for these sad events. I agree with Mr. Harrell. There are a number of questions to which your description gives rise but an experienced probate attorney will likely be able to quickly answer them. Best wishes to you and your son.See question
my mom died jan 2016 no will. hasnt been probate yet. her lawyer took estate property held it sold it and my sister sent a pertsonal checa. there are 6 heirs to the estate. it hasnt been probate nor have i been sent anything certified by the coury
Strongly recommend you see an experienced probate lawyer. You have rights that are possibly being abused by your sister and her lawyer.See question
So it's been said that the deceaseds daughters mother is to get the estate but the four boys were told different when the deceased was still living.First their mother passed away pretty sure she had a will but haven't seen it and dont know what's ...
I would love to help you by answering your question - except you didn't ask a question. But that was an interesting story.See question
we were separated, but he gave me power of attorney in January, he has 2 minor children, one adult child....he changed the beneficiary on insurance policy to the adult child....the adult child also went and picked up his tax return and spent it......
The POA terminated upon his death so it provides you with no authority to act in his name. The beneficiary designations form controls who will receive the death benefits from the life insurance policy. You should conference with an attorney.See question