My Aunt died in Oct 2010 There are 6 of us in her will She had appointed her Accountant as the executer of her will. As of this time we have not made any progress in moveing forward to closure. We feel that this executer may be delierately slowing the process for personal gains. His firm is recieving funds for this task. My question... View Full Answer
Hello, I have received a letter from a attorney asking me to give them a copy of the funeral expenses for a friend, who I myself paid for the funeral. For he's estate. Since the funeral expenses came out of my pocket, is it necessary for me to send them a copy of the bill. Since it was paid by me personally how can it be part of he's... View Full Answer
My father remarried at age 83. Both he and his new spouse explained how they had a prenup because of their age and wanting their assests and wills to remain the same as before the marriage. Immediately after the marriage my father was isolated from his family. Only if the new wife gave permission could he spend any time with me or his... View Full Answer
I opened a Living TRust in California April, 2004. Since the company has gone out of business I was informed that the Trust is still valid. AT the time I owned several properties, they are all gone, so they need to be removed from the Trust. Also, I want to add2 new grandchildren so I can provide for them in the future. How do I... View Full Answer
My mother recently passed away and left me her car in her will. The car is not paid for and I am not in a position to borrow the money to pay the loan. The excutors will not pay the loan off with the estate money. Saying that there is not enough to cover the loan. I dont know if this is true or not because they will not tell me what... View Full Answer
I have just received Administrators letters for my mother's estate, because there was a fradulent deed filed before her death. I have final orders from the Judge of Probate court. I was told to get an administrative deed filed to get the property back into the deceased estate. Where can I get an Administrative Deed. I checked for... View Full Answer
Mother set up a revocable family trust, primarily to pass along her real propety immediately upon her death. She is now deceased. Is the trust still active or did her death dissolve it? We have assumed it is. Is there some legal action we, the 4 beneficiaries, need to take now? Our families/estates (next generation) will be named... View Full Answer
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