However, I recently discovered that my younger brother,who was the executor of the estate, did not disclose all my fathers assets, he mentioned cashing in an annuity to purchase a vehicle, and previously there was $8000 in gold coins that wen...
I agree with Attorney Harris. It may be too late for you to recover any additional assets, especially in light of your agreement, but it is definitely worth consulting with a probate attorney to explore your options.See question
Does the state of Az automatically step in to distribute his property. Can she cash in all investments and leave it all to her family
The state does not get involved. If you believe you are entitled to an inheritance and the wife does not open a probate, you may have to do it on your own and then you will be able to conduct discovery. My advise is that you consult with a probate attorney now. Your attorney may be able to open the lines of communication so that you can avoid a probate dispute.See question
My mother didn't leave a will and died before we could get the land in my and my sons name. Her wishes for me and my son to have itis we would keep up on the taxes and my brother to have the trailer so the babies would have a home. He lives there ...
It is unclear as to whether you have filed for probate and have been appointed as personal representative or if you are calling yourself the executor based on your mother verbal wishes. In order to take any action to remove your brother from the property, you would need to be appointed by the court as personal representative and take the correct action to remove your brother from the property. I strongly recommend that you consult with a probate attorney regarding you mother's estate.See question
was split between the three daughters only. Not sure if this is legal and ethical???
I agree that you have not provided enough information. You would have different results under different circumstances, such as whether there was a will and the grandchildren were listed as heirs, or whether the grandmother died without a will. You need to see a probate attorney to sort through the issues.See question
It is Union benefits that he should have received. Now it should go to his beneficiaries (son and daughter). There was no will. The Union can not change the check. The only thing they did was add my husband's sister's name to it, "care of". No ...
You may be able to use an Affidavit for a Small Estate. The form and instructions can be downloaded from the Maricopa County Superior Court website.See question
Grandmas house sold, grandkids did not get paid according to the will.
There are many reasons you may not have gotten paid. Some of them are legitimate, for example, the estate is still open, or there are not sufficient assets and some of them are not, such as the personal representative is mishandling the estate. The only way to determine the reason is to consult with a probate attorney and review the estate proceedings.See question
I was led to believe my spouse also wanted to have or adopt children. This ended up being a lie as he already has 2 children from a previous marriage and had no intention of having more.
It is unlikely that a court would grant an annulment after seven years. You don't state when you discovered that your husband did not plan to have more children, but the courts don't favor annulments.See question
My father in-law has a property which is under an assumption of mortgage with a second party, but they have a third party residing there(their daughter). They are not keeping payments current and are ruining his credit. can he legally evict them? ...
The terms of the assumption of mortgage will set forth your father-in-law's remedies. He needs to contact a real estate attorney as soon as possible.See question
I n will I was named beneficiary paid bills then over 2yrs later lawyer sent letter your NOT someone else Is beneficiary IS this fraud?
Fraud requires the specific showing of many elements. It may just be a mistake. In any event, you are probably entitled to reimbursement of payment. Consult a probate attorney as soon as possible.See question
I was told I have to move back in until the court proceedings start....
I am assuming the court proceedings have to do with your leaving the rental before the lease was up. If my assumption is correct, no, you don't have to move back in. Consult with a landlord-tenant attorney prior to the hearing to find out your rights.See question