My grandmother died a little over a year ago. My Aunt handled everything and no one else in the family got anything from my grandmother either monetarily or items. Based upon some things my Aunt is doing now with my Grandfathers trust, I can see t...
Check with the probate court in the county where your grandmother resided to see if a Will was filed with the court. Trusts do not have to be filed.See question
i am the caregiver of a 65 year old man that really has no family and he has alot of money
An executor must follow the decedent's Will or Trust. The executor would not benefit as a beneficiary, but would be able to charge a fee for administering the estate. An executor cannot change a Will or Trust. If there is no will or trust, the assets flow according to State Law.See question
My daughter died in a car accident. So there's $215,000 in UIM claims on the table right now ready to be funded to us. Meaning the mother and I the father. My daughter mother is POA. The case is ready to settle but my daughters mother is not answ...
A POA becomes invalid when the Principal (your daughter) died, so the holder of the POA has no power now.. The funds should be distributed through your daughter's probate estate.See question
I requested an inventory of estate assets after my father's death in May. Five months after his death, I was told that his home, which was thought to be probate property is actually held by the decedent's trust. I know nothing about a trust and as...
Trusts are confidential and do not have to be filed. Who is trustee of the trust? If you are a beneficiary, you should receive a copy.See question
there is two trustees on thistrust are they done as trustees the land has been sold and the lawyer has the checks. can the lawyer distribute the money without their signatures she says they are both incharge and both have to sign the checks. ther...
Just because the last asset in the trust has been sold, it does not mean that the trustees have no additional duties. Both trustees should sign the checks and the beneficiaries should sign receipts and releases. The trustees probably have a final tax return to prepare and file.See question
I live in Utah and the trust was drafted here. I am the sole beneficiary of the irrevocable trust. There are only two trustees. I've been trying to get my co-trustee to resign for several weeks. They have refused to cooperate or have a releve...
It is more likely than not that the grantor of the trust set it up this way so that you, the beneficiary, could not act alone and the co trustee and trust protector could serve as the decision makers. There are many reasons why trusts are set up this way. If the co-trustee is removed, he/she should be replaced with an independent trustee. You should not make the distribution decisions - tax and other reasons,.See question
I was recently sued and have a judgment against me. We are currently in the discovery process. My wife and I shared an account up until a few months ago, but have separate accounts at different banks now. I was also a signer on my children's acc...
The accounts of family members should not be garnished - - - unless they were changed after the judgment was entered. Please check with your attorney.See question
The father and I are currently residents of Hawaii, however he has recently returned to Boston. He has also threatened to leave the country. He often works 'under the table' jobs to avoid paying back taxes.
Please consult a family law attorney in HI for assistance. You probably need a DNA test to prove paternity before you can collect support.See question
In Texas, is wife responisable for hospital bills, did not sign consent form's?
Husband's estate is responsible for husband's hospital bills..If you did not sign consent, you should not be responsible,See question
My dental office scammed me out of money by charging more than what I'm supposed to pay what legal steps can I take? Found out from yelp that this seems to be their normal
Were you told Upfront what the dental treatment would cost? How do you know what you are "supposed to pay?" There's generally a range of price for certain procedures.See question