Can a real estate agency give away a car when a house sells?
If it is theirs to give away
The pet adoption agency comes to the house and takes them away. Read More
Your fiance passed away both your names are on the house can the hospital put a lien on the house for his owed medical bills?
yes they can, and will if his bill is not paid. sell the house as soon as you can before they get a judgment against his estate. Read More
What if your mother passed away on June 24th Her house started the foreclosure process on June 10th Since foreclosure began before her death is the estate responsible for her debt on the house?
Any heir wishing to keep the house must pay off the debt. However, if no heirs desire to keep the property, then the estate will not be liable for a deficiency if the house is being sold under a trustee's sale. If the foreclosure is court ordered, then the estate and heirs can be held liable for a deficiency. Read More
A lien does not go away with the death. It remains against the estate of the deceased. The debtors will likely file their claim with the estate and make sure they get their money one way or another. Read More
Yes. As a creditor the hospital can file a claim against the estate. When an estate is probated the debts must be paid before any assets can be distributed to the heirs. A large claim could force the sale of the real estate to pay debts. Read More
When a house has a lien against it that is greater than its value does the estate have to pay off the lien or can they walk away from the house?
The estate has to pay off all debts before it can distribute anything to any of the heirs. The estate will have to liquidate all assets to pay off the debts. If it isn't possible to pay all the debts, they will have to show a plan to the court showing how they are fairly dividing up the available assets between the creditors. Read More
If a person leaves a house to someone in a will can the beneficiary move in right away or have to wait for the probate court to approve the will?
Not only does the beneficiary have to wait for the probate of the will, but will most likely have to wait until the executor is satisfied that the house does not need to be sold to pay any debts of the estate. Until administration of an estate is complete, the executor has the right to possession of all estate property, including the house. If the executor wants to, he/she can let the beneficiary in the… Read More
The life estate goes to the remainderman. Read More
Given that there is really nothing for you to inherit excepts debts, from an insolvent estate, yes, you can walk away from it. Read More
Only if your parents give you one, and most parents can't afford it. There is no agency in the US giving away houses to teenagers on their wedding day. Read More
What estate was the delegates to the Estates General that broke away and declared themselves to be the National Assembly from?
The Third Estate Read More
Collection agency contacting me about my dad's bill they're addressing the letters to me The problem is my dad passed away 2 years ago I don't have the money to pay them How do you get them to go away?
I would suggest getting copy of death certificate and also copy of closed accounts to show that person is unable to pay and estate has no funds. Read More
The purpose of the executor is to liquidate the estate of the deseased per that person's wishes according to state and federal laws. Part of that may include donating property from the estate, essentially giving it away. Read More
If the executor dies the court must appoint a new executor. Read More
No, it does not remove the life estate unless the bequethment document specifies that it must be occupied by the holder. The life estate remains as long as the individual is living. They can sell the life estate or sign their rights away, but it doesn't go away by moving out. Read More
its like when you cant pay your rent in an apartment. the people that own it kick you out. or, in this case, the bank does it means that someone cannot afford to pay for their house. therefore the bank forecloses it or in other words takes it away and sells it for the remaining balance of the loan. Read More
If the mortgage is not in her name as a joint tenant, the house will have to be made a part of the estate. The estate will have to satisfy the mortgage. The bank may allow the new owner to assume the existing mortgage, but they are more likely to want to establish a new one. You should really consult an attorney in your area for estate planning purposes. Read More
Places such as a pound or animal agency might give away boxer puppies free because they cannot afford to feed them themselves. Alternatively it could be that they have not got space to house the puppies Read More
What happens to the life estate interest when the life tenant walks away from the property and the responsibilities that come with that?
If they sign away the rights, the remainderman gets the property free of the life estate. Walking away without signing it over, depending on the document that created the life estate, may be all it takes, but consult a property attorney in your area. Read More
A life estate is a right in property. Rights in property don't go away. The name on the life estate is the person that retains the rights to the life estate. Read More
It depends on what you mean about "what can be done." The survivors can mourn, the deceased can be buried, and the estate can be handled in accordance with applicable law. What are you trying to learn? Read More
You would need to take the case to court and obtain a court order extinguishing the life estate. Read More
Yes, the holder of a life estate can rent that estate. It is theirs to do with as they wish until their estate ends. That will be when they pass away. And because that is not known, such agreements are usually less expensive then others. Read More
The estate of the father is responsible for their share of the house. The home will probly have to be sold to pay debts and pay off the mortgage. It may also depend on how the property was deeded, she may inherit the home free and clear (along with the mortgage) on his death. Read More
When you die is your husband entitled to live in the house until he passes away or do your 2 children inherit the house?
I assume that you are the sole owner of the house. You would need to check your state laws of intestacy to determine what your husband's rights would be if you died intestate, or, without a will. On the other hand, you could provide your husband with a life estate in your will. Read More
That could be a breach of fiduciary duties. However, if the grantor desired this to happen, it would be legal. It may still become a part of the estate when the individual passes away. Read More
Both parents passed away and gave executor of the will to the neighbor son has been living in foster care does he have a right to go in the house?
Not without the permission of the executor. They are responsible for making sure the estate is maintained. Read More
The estate of the deceased is...of course that may essentially be simply a reduction of what the children would get. But the tax does not go away..the property owes it and if it must be sold to collect it, by the estate (or the tax jurisdcition), it has to be, before clear title can go to anyone else. Read More
A reverse mortgage is a loan for senior homeowners that uses a portion of the home's equity as collateral. The loan generally does not have to be repaid until the last surviving homeowner permanently moves out of the property or passes away. At that time, the estate has approximately 6 months to repay the balance of the reverse mortgage or sell the home to pay off the balance. All remaining equity is inherited by the… Read More
If the heir died after the decedent, any property that was inherited by that heir would become part of that heir's estate. The heir's estate would also need to be probated. Read More
the third estate. after their separation they name themselves as 'national assembly' Read More
Your brother passed away his home goes to mom she will renunciate to siblings do you have to wait to renunciate to sell the house?
The executor of the estate can sell the house at any time. The renunciation really deals with who gets the money from the sale. The executor can also transfer the house to someones name, but they have to insure all the debts are paid. Consult an attorney in your area for details. Read More
If you are the executor and heir to an estate with no will can you take a loan against the said estate property?
If you are the executor and heir to an estate with no will, you can you take a loan against the said estate property, but not right away. Lenders typically will not give you a loan on a piece of property until it is in your name. Read More
Get an estate opened. The executor of the estate will deal with the debts and assets. If the debts are joint responsibility, they won't go away. Read More
If the son was not adopted, he has a claim against the estate as an heir. The will may not leave anything to him. Read More
When your dad passed away he deeded the house to you but the girlfriend has a life estate with no restrictions Can she then give her life estate to someone else and if so who is responsible for taxes?
You need to consult with an attorney in you jurisdiction who can research the laws of your state to determine what expenses and responsibilities must be born by the life tenant. The life tenant may be able to assign their interest to another person but the life estate would expire upon the death of the original life tenant. You need to speak with an attorney who specializes in real estate law. Read More
You can't give away your pregnancy but you can give away your child. You have to go through a adoptive agency. Read More
Apply to the probate court using the correct forms. They will issue a letter of authority allowing you to represent the estate. Read More
If there is no money in a person's estate that has passed away do their loans that are unsecured have to be paid?
The estate is responsible for the debts of the deceased. The creditors should be notified of the death but they are out of luck is there are no assets. Read More
It would be a part of the veteran's estate. The estate will go through probate. Read More
Is there a difference between lifetime rights and a will that states someone may live in a house or basement as long as needed and the other owners can do nothing?
A life estate is valid for the life of the individual that it was granted to. It can be granted through a will or through a legal document. The life estate establishes rights for that individual. The other owners can attempt to purchase the rights, but they cannot take them away. Read More
Mrs.Bennet is determined to make Elizabeth marry Mr.Collins because on the occaion of Mr.Bennet passing away , since he has no male heirs , the estate will pass on to Mr.Collins since he is their cousin. She fears that if Elizabeth does not marry Mr. Collins , then once he gets the estate he will turn her and her daughters out of the house. Read More
What were the changes in the rights of the second estate as a result of the National Assembly is not true?
Changes in the rights of the Second Estate as a result of the National Assembly included the abolition of feudalism. This in turn took away the seigneurial rights of the Second Estate. Read More
My mom passed away 2 years ago and left a life estate 2 her house. She had 2-3 small credit card debts that I have personally made mthy payments. I am on ssd now and cant pay anymore.what do i do?
If you are the responsible party for the house you can take out an equity loan Read More
Someones parents passed away and she inherited her home in Florida what taxes are she supposed to bear.?
For getting the house...probably none. The inheritance tax, if any, is on the estate. After that of course, she pays tax just like any other property owner. Read More
No. The arrears would be owed to her estate and her estate representative could pursue the matter. No. The arrears would be owed to her estate and her estate representative could pursue the matter. No. The arrears would be owed to her estate and her estate representative could pursue the matter. No. The arrears would be owed to her estate and her estate representative could pursue the matter. Read More
my cousin passed away in feb. 2012 and i need to know if his home and car are part of his estate? neither one of them are paid off. we have alot of medical bills and i have called a few and they ask if he has an estate. i dont know how to answer this question. his son who is 23 wants to live in the house, but his son was not on the… Read More