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The property will become part of the decedent's estate and pass to her heirs under her will or according to the state laws of intestacy if there is no will. You can check your state laws at the related question link provided below.
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Is property acquired before marriage in a community property state considered to be community property?
Property acquired prior to marriage is separate property and remains separate unless the spouse is granted on title and contributes to the mortgage payments from commun…ity funds, then they acquire an interest in that separate property in proportion to their contributions. Paying insurance taxes, utilities is not considered a basis to make the property community.
If you die intestate (without a will) your property will be distributed according to the state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question …link below. If you have no spouse your property would pass to your children and the children of any deceased child in most states.
Is property acquired after marriage in a community property state considered to be community property?
Yes--unless the property was acquired in some other form (such as tenants in common) and both husband and wife approved that form in lieu of community property. … The deed should read something like: Brad and Eufora Example, husband and wife, who are acquiring title as tenants in common and not as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not as community property. The buyers/grantees consent to the above conveyance as tenants in common and not as j.t.w.r.o.s and not as community property. (signatures)
Is there a law that protects the property of a woman prior to a new marriage in the state of North Carolina?
You need a Pre-Nuptual Agreement. You have to list your assets & your future husband lists his. If there's a divorce he can't get your items & you can't get his. …
Depending on the state laws all property owned by a husband at any point during their marriage, regardless of when it was purchased, could become part of the marital assets.
If legally separated and I inherited or acquired real estate located in another state prior to marriage does my spouse have any right to that property if they live in a community property state?
Hmm and you owned this during the marriage i am assuming.. .. that might have a state regulation or so on but if you owned it during your marrage.. it will definitely be a "pa…rt" of the final divorce, so technically.. Yes Added: Both the question and the above answer are incomplete and confusing. The laws of the state in which your seperated spouse currently lives now should have no bearing on the matter. It is the state in which the divorce action was filed whose laws you must abide by. IF you acquired the property and it was titled solely in your name, PRIOR to your marriage, the fact that you may be being divorced in a community property state should PROBABLY have no bearing on this "other property. It is what the two of purchased or gained AFTER you were married that becomes community property (i.e.: the property of the both of you). The findings of a divorce action in a community property state as it pertains to ownership of real property outside the jurisdiction of their courts, is probably not enforceable under the laws of another state. For specific information regarding your particular case you REALLY should consult with legal counsel.
It varies from state to state, depending on if you live in a "community property" state. Lets assume that you do for the sake of this question. Debts acquired after …marriage by either spouse are considered owed by both. In the event of divorce its this "community property" that often is the source of much dispute, not only the assets but the debts. Like who gets the house, who pays the credit cards ect.. Debts by one spouse may not appear on both persons credit report as I have seen personally, however if your spouse defaults on a debt its possible a collector will come after you and if they deem it necessary may get a judgment and garnish your wages if the spouse isn't working. They will go after the spouse first as that is who owes them. If you are unsure if you live in a community property state i would google " is ___ a community property state?" and see if you can get a specific answer.
Real property is land and anything attached to it that cannot be severed without injury to the land such as homes, garages and other buildings. Personal property is any mov…able or intangible thing that is subject to ownership and is not considered real property. . Building materials stored on a building lot would be personal property. Once the house is built it becomes part of the real property. Fixtures in a building sit on the line between real and personal property. You can read more about that distinction at the link below.
Married in las Vegas living in Florida only one spouse name on the property in Florida what happens if that spouse passes away?
the only thing to do is move on. if you have kids you have to make sure they understand that life moves on and you need someone else to love and care for you.
At a minimum it is trespassing and vandalism. Depending upon the plant, it could be a felony. You can face minor charges or prison time.
Is property acquired after a marriage considered community property in a non community property state such as Illinois?
In a community property state property purchased after marriage becomes the property of both parties. Community property rules govern in community property states. Property …ownership is different in separate property states and those rules allow a spouse to acquire separately owned property in some cases.
What happens if a Condo is purchased by the husband prior to marriage and he then uses the equity after marriage to acquire another Condo within the same building. Is the Condo now community property?
Depending on the state where you live, it may be community property if you live in a community property state and file for divorce while you lack a pre-nuptial agreement that …specifically sequesters his pre-marriage assets. Otherwise, ownership -- and liability -- may be based on whose name(s) is/are on the titles.
If the deceased leaves a valid will, the provisions of the will would be followed regardless of whether there is a spouse. If the deceased were intestate, the judge would deci…de how the deceased's belongings would be distributed.
In Property Law
The estate must be probated when the decedent owned real property. You should contact an attorney who specializes in probate law. The estate must be probated when the deceden…t owned real property. You should contact an attorney who specializes in probate law. The estate must be probated when the decedent owned real property. You should contact an attorney who specializes in probate law. The estate must be probated when the decedent owned real property. You should contact an attorney who specializes in probate law.
the city/state will sieze the property and do 1 of 2 things... have an auction to obtain the monies owed and/or keep the property and do as they mean fit
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The trust should list a successor trustee. If it doesn't, then will likely need to file a petition with the court to name a new trustee.