A mother with deceased daughter with living children have first burial rights over living children?
That is a really tricky one...I hate to say it, but I think the living children have first burial rights IF they are adult age (18+)...because the way i think of it, when your daughter became an adult, you ceased being her guardian...you may wanna ask a lawyer though
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Answer . \nI would suggest to abstain from sex because you are getting into very expensive territory with lawyers. I have no idea how many children you have, but you shoul…d be paying child support or at least taking courses on safe sex. Why am I being so flippant with you? Because these are your children too and right now, being young it doesn't seem to much matter to you, but as you get older you will have a lot of regrets and don't be too surprise if some or all of your children don't want to bother with you. You can't possibly afford to pay child support to all of these children and I have no idea if you can afford legal council. There are some lawyers that will give 1/2 hour to an hours free advice and that should answer a lot of your questions. If you find out that you can't afford the costs, then all I can suggest is you write up a contract to each mother, denouncing your rights to each child and have a notarary public sign the documents in front of a witness. Whether this is legal or not it will still carry some clout in a court of law if you should have a change of heart.\n. \nMarcy
Why does nobody refer to the daughter born April 1936 the first born and abducted and never found she lives in nebraska with her children and looks just like her mother and sister linda?
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Deceased partner living in house rent free deceased children own house do we still have landlord rights?
What did the will say? Is there a will?. The executor is responsible for maintaining and disposing of the estate. The executor can, if it makes sense, rent the home to someon…e. Once the estate is settled, whomever gets the property has the ability to do what they wish.
Can a child of a deceased claim the property from other children because that child lived with the deceased?
The children would inherit equally under state laws of intestacy unless the parent had a will and devised all the property to the child who still lived with them at the time o…f their death.
it deapends on were you live. if you live in America the age is 17 but your parents are responsible if you get charged or need to go to doctor or hospital
Yes, but under certain circumstances, neither she, nor the court has the power to do it. see related question.
What is common procedure in a will if daughter passes before their mother and there is another living daughter Do the children of the deceased daughter get their mother's share?
Your aunt died intestate with one living sibling and the other sibling was your deceased mother. You have three living siblings and one deceased sister. Would her children be heirs of your aunt?
Answer Generally, yes. The same rule would apply in each case. You and your siblings inherited your deceased mother's interest and your sister's children would inherit their …deceased mother's interest as well. You can check the laws of intestacy for your state at the related question link provided below. Answer Yes, at least in this state the children of the children share in the parent's share of the inheritance even if the parent is deceased. Thus, if your aunt had two sisters, each sister should get half minus lawyers fees, taxes, and court costs. Since there were five of you, each would get one fifth of your mother's share. Since one of your sisters died, her share would be split among her children, and so on.
No. The spouse and children have the primary right. The grandparents may step in if there is no spouse and the children are minors.
It depends upon the laws of the state in which the person resided at the time of death. In many states where a will does not exist the surviving spouse "automatically" becomes… sole owner of all personal and real property aquired during the marriage. Other states have laws in which the children of the deceased parent receives a portion of the estate when no will exist. The best option is to contact an attorney who practices in the field for information regarding the governing state laws.
What are father's visitation rights when he lives out of state and his children live in South Dakota with their mother?
That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered …schedule that may include some school vacations and some time during the summer vacations. That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered schedule that may include some school vacations and some time during the summer vacations. That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered schedule that may include some school vacations and some time during the summer vacations. That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered schedule that may include some school vacations and some time during the summer vacations.
Living with her dad in and of itself is not a reason why a mother should lose her children. There must be more details that you have not shared. You can add more on the disc…ussion page.
No. If there are no other family members who can or want to take them you can apply for foster care.
Yes, children have priority over the mother of the deceased. They are the descendants it get priorty second only to a surviving spouse. Even without a will the spouse will com…e first, then children. Parents are next, then siblings.
Your question is rather sketchy. You have not said whether the daughter in question is a minor or an adult, or whether there is a designated guardian for her, or what provisio…ns the will makes for her. Even though the executor lives out of town, you can presumably phone or email this person and discuss what should be done. To a large extent, the terms of the will determine what should be done.
Does biological children have rights to deceased fathers assets if the step mother is power of attorney?
A power of attorney represents a living person. After their death, the step mother no longer has a power of attorney. The executor executes the will.