My mom passed and will my families home to me. I have two older siblings who want to change the will. My dad is still alive and I'm not sure what to do. My sister I feel is changing everything. Please help..
Your father probably inherited the home - your mother's will cannot be changed. If your father inherited the home, his Will should control.See question
Aunt passed away in 2011. All beneficiaries were paid. Come to find out that there is still money out there. I guess my question is. .I thought an estate has to be closed before beneficiaries receive anything
Generally, distributing assets to beneficiaries and closing the estate happen around the same time. Sometimes a reserve is held to pay for taxes that are not yet due. You have a right to ask the executor about this.See question
My mother died dad got a new wife but before my mom died she and my father went and made a will a d slit it between there 3 children of there's I was to get the house and now my step mom says I ant getting nothing
No one can change a deceased person's Will. It's possible that your father inherited the house from your mother - and your step mother inherited the house from your father (or at least she has a life estate). Is your father deceased now? If so take a copy of the will to your own attorney for an explanation.See question
I want to buy a house in U.S., does it give any incentives for staying in this country?
Sorry, the answer is "no." You need to jump through the immigration hoops like anyone else. Please contact an immigration attorney.See question
My father passed away unexpectedly last August & didn't have a will. Being he wasn't married & I was an only child & he still owed for a car & house I had to attain an attorney to be the administrator over his estate to keep from loosing both. Dad...
You can retain another attorney - and you can report this attorney to the MS State Bar for discipline.See question
I have a family member who has the will of my late grandmother. Her attorney sent me a copy of the will. She never opened probate. In the will, my grandmother left cash and other valuables to several people. To the possible value of $60,000.00. My...
A copy of the Will can be probated (you'll need an attorney to prepare the documents) and/
.or you can file a document with the /court to require your aunt to file the will & probate the estate. Unless your aunt is the sole beneficiary under the Will, distribution should be made to all named beneficiaries.
My dad created a will which does not reference his trust at all. However, my dad has a trust where he put two other pieces of real property in. The will was made first. Other than one piece of property not in the trust, my dad's estate has no ...
If your father is alive, he should transfer the last piece of property to his trust. If your father is deceased, the one piece of property will have to go through probate. Whoever is named as executor in your father's will would be the appropriate person to open a probate.See question
My uncles niece had POA until a month ago when we found out she was not caring for him and mis useing his ssi. So myself and my sister took over after seeing his home not being kept up he was complaining of not having groceries and being left alo...
I'm sorry about this situation. There is no way to stop family members from trying to intimidate another family member.See question
My Mom despises my other family side. She fights me to stay away. I am 18. The reason I stay away is because I have a minor disability ASD. She threatens that if I come to them, she is going to get guardianship of me and she will then force me to ...
At 18, you are considered an adult. You should be able to visit relatives. But, if you do, will your mother kick you out of the house? Where would you go. It's doubtful your mother can get guardianship since you are 18, but you need to think of the consequences. You may want to contact a guardianship attorney and explain the problem to get additional advice.See question
My 15 year old niece was told to move out of her home by her mother Her parents are divorced and she has been living with her mother per divorce papers. She visits with her father every other weekend. The mother receives child support from the f...
The father's next steps should be to contact his divorce attorney, explain the situation and ask for a modification of custody and support.See question