I've contacted az.board they side with lawyer but I have proof my brother took all our money and the lawyer has helped.her even put our money in his iolta etc..he spends it.7 years trust not closed but now no money and it was a motion dollar yrust
Yes but see Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer; then enter 'Trust Litigation' and the City & State. Then interview Estate Litigation firms and hire someone you're comfortable with. You may also sue your brother if in fact he breach a fiduciary duty or has committed Fraud. Best of Luck.See question
If its intention was to be maximum security storage, that will insure everything in the case of robbery, including cash/gold in large amounts. Would that be required an MSB or anything, since its just for storage, but it would be aimed at storing ...
You can open a storage facility for high-value items but of course you'll need to properly store & protect them plus have adequate liability insurance, meet city codes etc. Speak with a Real Estate or Construction Attorney in your area. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer'. Good luck on your project. Welcome to the world of Entrepreneurship.See question
The will and trust were witnessed and notarized while sister was alive, naming me as executor. I'm trying to take care of her accounts, including her mortgage, and the bank is asking me to provide formal validation that I'm the executor. I didn'...
My condolences on the passing of your sister. Typically, many Estate Planning attorneys prepare what's called an Affidavit of Trust which lays the grantor's name (your sister) then the names of the Trustee and any Successor Trustee. It is typically about 2 pages long and has a portion of the Trust attached to it which is called 'Powers of the Trustee'. If you are named as the Successor Trustee upon your sister's passing and also the Executor of her Pour-Over Will then you can take the Affidavit to the bank and allow them to make a copy for their files. I hope this helps you.See question
My moms past away and left the property to all the sibling.
My condolences on the loss of your Mom. First - if the property is owned in the name of her Trust, then the Succesor Trustee may convey it outside of probate to the beneficiaries of the Trust. If she did NOT own it in a Trust, then it will need to pass via a Probate Court order in accodance with the laws of the state where she was domiciled at the time of her death. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer' then enter "Probate" and the city & state. Good Luck.See question
My mom was receiving my dads pension before she died , can I get my dads pension now
It's likely that your Dad named your Mom specifically as the Beneficiary of his Pension. Normally pensions will terminate at death unless a spouse is named - and then that spouse can receive (usually) some percenetage of the pension for the spouse's lifetime - after which it terminates. Contact the company which gave your Dad the pension and talk to the Benefits department. Good Luck.See question
I want to prepare my will or trust, if needed. I have been estranged from my family for many years and want to be certain they cannot get any of my assets. Also I do not have a trustworthy family member or friend to be my executor. What do you s...
Sit down THIS WEEK with an experienced Estate Planning attorney in your area. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer' and enter 'Trusts' and the City & State where you live. You're wise to undertake this kind of planning now. Good for You !!See question
I have heard that a land trust is a savvy business move when a publicly held company is purchasing land so that investors or competitors don't know their next business move but is a "land trust" of any benefit to a regular hourly wage individual w...
Land Trusts avoid probate and maintain privacy of ownership under the right circumstances. I'd recommend a sit-down with an experienced Estate Planning attorney. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer'. Good Luck.See question
My Father passed 25 yrs ago leaving a lot of stock to My now 86 yr old mother who is a horrible hoarder, we are again having to clean up the third home that has been hoarded, there's hundreds of thousands that have been wasted over the years by th...
I concur with my colleagues. An accounting is called for. Have your attorney initiate a Motion before the Court to get started. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer' then enter 'Guardianship' and the City & State where the case arises. Good Luck !!See question
Both parents left a will and a revocable trust dated 1991. A family irrevocable trust was created in 2000, I was included as their heir. Provisions were made for annual distributions of profit, and requirement for annual financial reporting. I r...
1. File a Complaint with the Florida State Bar. 2. Have YOUR attorney file a Motion to Remove & Replace the Trustee for Breach of Fiduciary Duty. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer' enter 'Probate Litigation' and the City & State where your parents resided at the time of their deaths. Good Luck.See question
Can I form a irrevocable protective asset protection trust for my children, but still remove rent income and income from a stock account.
If you form an irrevocable trust you relinquish 'ownership and control' of the assets. They are for the Beneficiaries. Plus you should not be the Trustee, because that would put the assets back into your estate for lawsuit and estate tax purposes. You should sit down with an Ohio licensed Asset Protection Attorney. See Avvo.com under 'Find-a-Lawyer'. Good Luck on getting this done correctly.See question