I have shared info i have but she refuses to share back. Can i sue her in small claims court or ask the judge to remove her as a cotrustee per the trust that says if she fails or refuses to do her part, she can be removed.
You will want to speak with an Indiana trust and probate lawyer to evaluate all of your options. If Court involvement is necessary, the Trust may need to be docketed with the probate court.See question
Mom has stage 4 renal cancer and she keeps letting people live with them and off them. They can't afford any more expenses but she keeps adding people to their cell phone account and seems to not understand their financial income can't cover the ...
You do not state whether or not your mother has full mental capacity. If she is incompetent, you should talk to probate attorney about possible options.See question
Although she has made a couple payments out of my fathers estate , she refuses to make any more payments from his .She has never made any payments from my brothers estate. There is a wrongful death lawsuit on my fathers estate . How can I get a pa...
You will want to contact an Indiana-licensed probate attorney to review this matter and advise you.See question
Additional information is needed, including whether or not she died with a Last Will and Testament and who are the beneficiaries of her estate. You will need to talk with an Indiana probate attorney.See question
My grandfather left everything to me when he passed he appointed my uncle as the executor I personally put 10,000 dollars into fixing up the house preparing it to be rented and my uncle says that all the money I accrue from the house must be in a ...
You will want to retain an Indiana trust and estate attorney to help you analyze these issues.See question
no one else is in the will nor would contest the will
The answer to this question will depend on several factors. Contact an attorney who has experience with probate administrations to assist you and your grandson.See question
house. Since Indiana is not a community property state when one of us dies what happens to the house. We would like for the surviving spouse to be able to stay in the house as long as wanted and use as needed.
You will want to retain an estate planning lawyer to make sure your current plan fits with your wishes for the home.See question