If I'm entitled to my soon to be ex's pensions 1. from the city he works for and 2. from the military, if I remarried, do I loose them? If he remarries, do I loose them?
If you have submitted domestic relations orders to the court for the ASRS and military pensions, and the orders have been signed by the court and submitted to and approved by the State of Arizona and the U.S. Military, then you will receive your portion of those funds regardless of whether you or your ex-spouse has remarried.See question
I was my wife's 5th husband & her issue was by her second x-husband; her son is now 40 years old. I researched the 2013 Arizona Revised Statutes S.14-2102. specifically Article 2. It seems to grant me full possession of our community property all ...
The children who are not children of your marriage are collectively entitled to one-half of your wife's sole and separate property. However, I echo my colleagues in not taking any action without first consulting with a probate attorney.See question
Brother died under suspicious circumstances - cause of death has still not been determined. Mother received certified letter on 3/8 stating we must have proof of no marriage by 3/21. How does one proceed? There was no marriage license at the ti...
I agree with attorney Ramsay's response. As the ex-girlfriend probably has access to your brother's assets, which she is not entitled to keep, it is prudent to consult with a probate attorney as soon as possible. Depending on the size of the estate, you will be advised what type of action needs to be taken to regain control of your brother's assets.See question
Both parties had separate lawyers approve
Generally a prenuptial agreement will have a specific provision indicating that the agreement is valid in all jurisdictions in which the parties live. Even without that provision, unless the agreement specifically stated that it would only be valid if the parties remained in Maryland (or whatever state the parties lived in when the agreement was executed), it would be valid in any state.See question
My mother divorced her husband last year. Their house went on the market and then her ex-husband died. His son, legal heir of the estate, has stopped making his half of the mortgage and utility payments, and my mom has been paying everything the l...
You should have a divorce attorney review the terms of the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage to determine the post-divorce obligations regarding payment for the house. Then, as attorney Miller recommended, you should talk to a probate attorney about any claims you may have against the estate for its portion of the house expenses prior to sale.See question
30 years, I am his only blood daughter and her 2 children are from someone else she said the wills were never finalized and that she gets everything. And that I need to sign off on the 4 cars he has. Well I have interest in one of them and the wil...
If your father was a resident of Mississippi when he died, you need to consult a Mississippi probate attorney in the county where he lived, for advice. Do not sign off on anything until you have counsel.See question
we are having problems and i had to leave the house with no money, food, and very few clothes and he has the only income
You have two separate issues. One is the right to the money as a community asset. The other is the right to access a debit card in your husband's name, if you are not an authorized user. Technically, if you are not on the card, you cannot use it.See question
His will left everything to me: the equity in our home and vehicle, life insurance of which I am the beneficiary, and a small savings account.
Ultimately the balance is your obligation but it never hurts to send the credit card company a death certificate and try to negotiate the bill. As the life insurance proceeds are not part of your husnand's probate estate, it is not an asset the credit card company can collect against.See question
My question is more to do with the probate taxes. The little money that is left is insurance money. Do I need to file taxes on the probate account or do the individuals file those taxes when they receive the money? The probate is in the State...
Insurance passes outside of the probate estate, so the proceeds are not part of the probate estate. Your best recourse is to talk to an Alaskan estate accountant.See question
My family has two ex-con for drugs and stealing the for drugs. The only one that has no record is me, i pay my bill and was bonded for a job before so am I having to be the one. Because it's sad to say the bond is so i know they won't take more th...
An ex-con cannot serve as executor.See question