Can a half sister in her father share in her father estate?
Yes, a half sister can share in her fathers estate if she was the blood daughter of the father.
No. It doesn't belong to your sister until the estate distributes it. The estate will split the money/value as directed by the will or the intestacy laws. You will get your share and your sister will get her share. The IRS can place a lien on her share. Read More
You have no blood line relation, You don't share DNA whatsoever. In this scenario putting an example; you and your half-sister share, let's say, the same father but not the same mother and your half-sister's half-sister share the same mother but not the same father. There is no shared DNA between you and your half-sister's half-sister. Read More
A half-brother or half-sister is someone who you share ONE and only one parent with, either a father or a mother. Read More
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Yes. You both share the same blood, even if you have a different mother or father. Read More
It depends. If the account is a joint account with right of survivorship (JTROS), it goes to your sister and not to his estate. Otherwise, it may go to his estate. Read More
If your Father has a half sister through his father but she is also his wife's half sister through their mother then what does that make their children?
their children are just like normal siblings as the parents are not related in anyway - the parents merely share a half-sibling, but from different sides of the family. Read More
agnate sibling: are the one that share the same father but not the same mother uterine sibling: are the one that share the same mother but not the same father i think that agnate slibling are far part brother nd sister blood b/c they dont share the same mother cause if you share the same mother then you close brother nd sister but dont share same father. uterine slibling are close blood brother nd sister… Read More
Ezinma was Nwoye's half sister. Both of them share the father of Okonkwo, but Ezinma's mother is Ekwefi; Nwoye's mother is Okonkwo's first wife. Read More
A half-brother (or half-sister) is one with whom you share only one parent, i.e. you have the same mother but different fathers or the same father but different mothers. Read More
The residuary estate is that part of the decedent's estate that remains after all debts, expenses, taxes, and specific bequests have been satisfied. Therefore, you have a half share in anything that is left over. Read More
No, but she can be your half-sister - if your sister marries your father or if your mother gives birth to you with her father (your grandfather). Read More
If an aunt is the sister of your mother or father, a half aunt would be a half sister of your mother or father, i.e. only sharing one parent with them. Read More
My father had an affair early in my parents' marriage. I found out at the age of 27 that I had "another sister". Now, due to the fact that we obviously have different mothers, I refer to her as my SISTER. Not 1/2 or whole. Nevertheless, "technically" she would be my half sister (bcs. we share the same dad.) My oldest sister (sharing the same mother AND father) is my whole sister. This is just… Read More
My little sister has a different father than me. Therefore, she is my half sister. Her brothers aren't related to me. Because we don't share the same mother or father. My little sister also has a step brother, and not the same mom or dad. Same with her 2 sisters and her 2 step sisters. Read More
Yes, a half sister is also a step sister. Wrong. If your mother or father had a child with another person, it'd be your half brother/sister. If your mother or father got married to someone with kids, it'd be your step sister. Read More
You can have a sister-in-law in one of two ways. Your sister-in-law may be the sister of your spouse. If your sister-in-law and your spouse share the same biological father, than your sister-in-law's father is your father in law. If they are step-siblings, half-siblings, or one is adopted than it's possible that he is NOT your father-in-law. Typically the term father-in-law is dedicated to the person your spouse holds as a "father figure." Your sister-in-law… Read More
They said she has a half sister from her father. Read More
Father died left will equally to son and daughter son died before dad his half left to his estate but he didnt have one who gets is share?
The share bequeathed by your father to your brother upon your fathers death becomes your brothers rightful heirs to his estate even if he didnt have an estate when he himself died the heirs to his estate are his children unless specifically stated otherwise in his will if your brothers mother is still alive then she will be entitled to her entitlement but if the father had remarried and his spouse is still alive then… Read More
I live in TN. My dad's will states half goes to me and half goes to my sister. If my sister dies and then my dad dies before he can change the will does my sister's husban get her half?
It will depend on the wording of the will. It is possible that her half will go into her estate, or to her children. Or her estate may not be entitled to any of it. Read More
Your sister and you share a property without your knowledge she has signed a contract with an estate agent is this valid?
If you are equal owners, the contract can only encumber your sister's half interest. She cannot contract to sell your interest. Read More
If you don't have the same father but share the same mother does that make your siblings your half brother or sister?
Yes, if you have one parent in common and the other is not your biological parent your siblings would be your half brothers or sisters. Cheyzer Read More
Father-in-law died and left a home to split between 5 children Can I file for divorce in NJ and claim a portion of my husbands estate in the West Indies Am I entitled to half of my husbands share?
No. An inheritance is not considered joint property, so you are not entitled to any portion of your husband's share of his inheritance. Read More
A half brother or sister is from the same mother/father and have a different mother/father. Read More
None of Louis's sisters share both the same parents, so it makes them all half sisters. Georgia is the only one that shares the same father with him. His other 4 sisters have the same mother as him, but a different father. Read More
No, not at all. A step sister is a sister that you get when your mother or father re-marries to another person with kids. There kids become your step-siblings. But a half sister is when one of your parents has a kid with someone other then your mother or father. So for example if your mother slept with a man besides your father and then had a baby that baby would be your half sister. Read More
How old is a boy who is twice as old as his sister and half as old as their father.In 50 years his sister will be half as old as their father?
There can be no proper answer as the father will not live to be 150 years old. Read More
If your wife and her sister inherited a duplex when their father passed away and now her sister is filing bankruptcy and putting a lien against the duplex what can you do to protect your interest?
When the Estate is left to siblings equally such as your wife and sister, then your wife should receive her half and her sister can claim bankruptcy on her half. Wills are made for a reason and your wife's father left 1/2 to each of his daughters and half your wife should get! I would see a lawyer and start proceedings on this. It may just be that your wife's sister can only put a… Read More
He has half-siblings in Kenya, who are children of his father. Read More
Well, his father and half-sister died when Roald was three, so there's his mother, his 3 sisters and his half-sister and half-brother. So, including his father and half-sister, 8 and without, 6! Woo hope this helps! Read More
She had no full siblings because her father died when she was an infant, but she had a half sister from her mothers previous marriage and she may also have had a half sister from her father as well. Read More
If two kids are born from the same father but different mother are they still full brother and sister?
he is her half-brother; she is his half-sister Read More
What's it say on the piece of paper???? See an attorney if you need help on this. It's easy to do it wrong. A half-brother, or a half-sister, is a sibling who shares the same mother but is born of a different father. Read More
can you breed a hald brother and half sister together and have ok pups they have the same father but diff. mothers Read More
Yes, a step-sister. Yes. A Half-Sister. Same Father. Read More
Your sister is your female relative who shares the same mother and father as you do. If she shares only one parent, she is your half sister. Read More
Dante Alighieri did have siblings, although they did not share both of the same parents. His mother died when he was 10 years old, and later his father remarried, giving Dante a half-brother, Francesco, and half-sister, Tana. Read More
Half sister is when they have a different father. If your mom got remarried and had a kid with your step dad, it'd be your half sister(if it's a girl, of course.). A step sister is when your mom or dad gets remarried and their spouse already had a child and you have to relation to him/her. Read More
They can share some DNA, since your mother/father was involved in them. Read More
She is actually the half-sister of Breezepelt. Breezepelt's mother is Nightcloud, and his father is Crowfeather. Hollyleaf's father is also Crowfeather, and her mother is Leafpool. Read More
If you're asking who the baby is to the one who gave birth to it, the baby is the child of the half sister, making her the baby's mother. As for the stepfather, he would be the child's father and step grandfather. But if he and the half sister's mother divorce, then he would no longer be the child's step grandfather. But he would, of course, still be the baby's father. Read More
well depending on where you are related, you will share a similar lineage, so yes half her family is your family. Read More
What relation are you to your son's niece you never married his father and your son's half sister had a baby?
If your son's half-sister is not your child, then you are not related to her baby. If she is your child, then her baby is your grandchild. Read More
Technically, as the both share a "parent" (Catherine Halsey). Half-sister would be more accurate. Read More
My father died without a will Mom left him 15 years before Mom is selling house Does the money go to half hers and the other half divided between his children and step children whom he didn't adopt?
Was her name still on the deed? Technically only the executor of the estate can sell the house. If they were still legally married, yes, she is entitled to part of the estate. Her children that were not his children, would not be entitled to any share of the estate. Read More
Half-sisters to the Muses, because their father was Zeus. Read More
My sister who is sole administrator of my mother's estate is charging excessive fees to the estate for handling the estate. can anything be done to challenge her expenses?
My sister was appointed as Independent Administrator of my mother's estate. We are about to finalize everything in 30 days. My sister has given me a brief outline of the cost of her time in executing the estate. They are EXTREMELY high! is there any way to dispute her fees for herself? Getting into a huge argument won't be a big deal, that's already happened! Our probate attorney (which I paid half of the initial… Read More
If your sister is under 18 (a minor), regardless if her name is on the title or not, she is not considered legally "of age" - your/her father is her parent/guardian and can exercise his parental authority. Even if your sister is over 18, your father is still half owner of the car and does have property rights to at least half of it, and its value. Read More
Abraham married his half sister Sarah. Gen:20:12: And yet indeed she is my sister; she is the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother; and she became my wife. Read More
You are a Half Brother/sister. I have same family But other way around Read More