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My attorney here in nj passed away a few months ago and since his death I made many calls and attempts to get my files and will that's is in his office and received zero response or call backs from the executor handling the estate and just recentl...
If you have suffered a financial loss and the time for filing a claim has not expired, then you could file a claim for monetary damages against the probate estate. Talk to a probate lawyer.See question
It's a crazy situation. Not my situation but my sons. He is married with 2 small children and one on the way. His wife has had and still is having an affair with a female ex-co-worker. His wife has been telling him that it's over between them over...
Yes, he may be able to get that relief. He should consult a lawyer directly.See question
Does the appointment of "conservator over the estate" of person X (via Probate Court, Dale County, AL) end when person X passes away, or is the conservator recognized as the "estate executor" until the court releases said conservator (upon accepta...
The conservator should make a final accounting to the court and ask to be relieved of further duties and to have the surety released. The wife or person named in the Will as personal representative [executor] should file the Will for probate administration. Both proceedings would be best followed with aid of legal counsel.See question
Paying child support on two kids in Mississippi I live in Tennessee. Judge said I have to file in Mississippi to get visitation or custody. Children are 5 &4
You would be wise to get a lawyer licensed to practice in Ms.See question
My brother is trying to receive payment for services of cutting the grass of the estate and his mileage for driving there after already using the estate's funds to pay for the lawnmower's maintenance and gas he used to cut the grass.
Sure he can get paid. In the courts with which I am familiar he could get a reasonable payment for the work performed. That would not likely be the same larger fee for serving as a court appointed administrator. Administrators' fees in my state are subject to court review and approval.See question
I am the executor and a prime beneficiary to my mother's estate. She left a 20,000 life insurance policy on me to my estate. Can I have the benefits re-assigned to me now?
With life insurance policies, there are 3 distinct capacities: owner of policy; person whose life is insured [the Insured]; beneficiary. If your mother retained ownership, consult the insurance company and the Will to determine who succeeds your mother as owner. Only the owner can borrow against cash value and make changes in the beneficiary designation.See question
My mother passed away May 10th 2017. She is entitled to inheritance money from her sister who passed away January 2017. But the estate has not received that money yet. Doesn't need reported are recorded to the court once received.
Wills that are not probated have no legal affect nor authority. The inheritance from your aunt will not be received by your mother's estate unless the probate court appoint someone to receive it which normally would be by administering your mother's estate in probate court. You would be wise to consult a probate lawyer.See question
My mom is preparing her will and is leaving me some assets. She also has a lot of debt and will likely not pay it all off. If my mom dies with debt but doesn't have enough in her estate to pay it all off, can her debtors come after me to pay it of...
I agree with Mr. Nguyen. Your mother and you would likely benefit if she consulted an estate planning lawyer.See question
Property is a Rental House. Buyer knew when signing the Purchase Agreement on May 1, 2017 that the property is in a flood zone and would require flood insurance as long as there is a mortgage on the property. They deposited $500 earnest money w...
Take your Purchase Agreement and any other document related to this transaction to a real estate lawyer who litigates.. Don't wait.See question
My father passed away a few years ago in Pennsylvania and he was insolvent. There was no estate and all his assets were upside down. We were told by a lawyer to take his personal effects and walk away. We turned over the keys to the house and van ...
It is always a mistake to ignore a lawsuit against you unless you have advice of your own lawyer to do so. That is a classic case of 'pay a modest legal fee up front or suffer large legal fees later'.See question