I was poa for both of my parents who have both passed away, before they passed we filed a grant deed reserving life estates with the county transferring their home to me upon their death. After they passed I filed an affidavit of death of life te...
I agree with Attorney James-signing anything as POA that benefits you in this question would raise concern.See question
I have a living trust. My father attorney staff typed my name incorrect. Furthermore, they hand wrote the date on the front page. Is this going to be a problem getting this house transferred in to my name? However, she retype the second page on...
Just have the trust amended to correct the errors.
read it before you sign to make sure it is correct.
our original trust was recorded in california
No-no requirement to record as explained.See question
She will not give me the money that my father left me.
She can hold the money until taxes and creditors are satisfied.
This is often at the discretion of the executor.
Executors can make partial distributions when appropriate.
We assigned my brother as excuter, I do not feel he let's us know decisions he is making or provides us with any documents. If I ask questions he acts like he doesn't have to answer them
If you have done all you can do to get a proper accounting and do not have good result-its time to have an attorney be your advocate.See question
My mother died in car accident and her husband was driving and was at fault. He passed away 10 hours after she did. Issue at hand is my sister who is the PR allowed the PR of my mother's husband to come into my mother's house and take everything f...
You don't need to file anything with the Judge-hire an attorney to be your advocate.See question
In my mother’s Trust she states that each grandchild "shall receive $50,000 less any amounts already given for education". My mother's hand written, signed and dated document that documents the amounts "already given for eduction", also states tha...
The trust must be properly witnessed and notarized.
Any "Loose notes" might be helpful information but would not be part of the actual trust.
Dad passed in 2000. Ive been estranged from step mother. He had three marriages which produced 5 offspring. He lived and died in Tallahassee, FL. No one has contacted me ever since my half-sister called me two weeks after his demise. What do I do?
The will should be a public record-check with the probate clerk in the county your father died..
If everything was owned jointly with his wife-it would belong 100% hers.
My husband has a trust fund when he was a single /// Now we get married for 4yrs. The trust book was on his brother /// now my husband wants to renew about the trust book but the brother they dont want to give to my husband ?
More information is needed and the Trust document needs to be reviewed before an answer can be given.See question
The Successor on my Will has passed away. Do I need to see lawyer or can I do it myself?
No-do not write on your will-see an attorney to write a new will or codicil.See question