She cannot force the sale of the home, but she can file a lawsuit and request that the property be partitioned. The judge would decide if the property would be subject to sale. Judges generally give the person who does not want to sell the property the opportunity to buy out the other owner(s). This would only be possible if there were not terms included in the will forbidding the sale of the property, such as the bequest of a life estate.
There is an inheritance tax for property in Pennsylvania. The amount ranges from 0 to 15 percent depending on the amount of worth and relationship to the deceased.
* Generally there are only one or two Executors to a Will. Executor (male) or Executrix (female.) It is odd there should be five Executors. An Executor/Executrix has the right to decline to handle the wishes of the said Will and this is the reason for basically having a back up Executor or Executrix. The group of siblings should get together and decide who will be handling the Will as Executor or Executrix. If one is chosen then they should get a fee for their trouble which is anywhere from one to four percent of the entire Estate (property, monies, etc.) and that will be up to the other siblings unless otherwise stipulated in the Will.
maybe about 46% percent out of 100 [i gesed]
If the three deceased heirs aren't mentioned then the 40 percent will be distributed to the two remaining siblings and the family of the three deceased. It is likely that the three deceased siblings had a will that will ultimately determine what needs to be done with their portion.
It depends on the state in question. Most of defined the allowable percentage in their laws. Some also allow reasonable expenses.
I will assume you are referring to a twenty five percent undivided interest in real property. A person who owns an undivided twenty percent interest in real property has the right to the use and possession of the whole property. If the property is partitioned or sold that person will receive twenty five percent of the net proceeds from the sale. That person should also be responsible for paying twenty five percent of the costs to maintain the property unless some other arrangement is agreed to by the other owners.
A property tax is figured at a percent of the value that an assessor places on property or personal possessions. Property taxes are paid every year, usually to a county.
About 10% of fathers have sole or primary custody of their children, meaning that about that number of mothers are non-custodial parents. Presumably, most of those mothers have been ordered to pay child support.
Class 3 refers to farm property in the state of Alabama. The current rate of this property tax is 10 percent.
There is no requirement that they do so. The life insurance is a contract between the deceased and the company.
20%. To get to this answer I used the cross multiplication property.
10 to 15 percent is what is fair to pay someone who sells property for an individual.
Measurement error: obviously!
Each human has 46 chromosomes. You get 23 from your mother and 23 from your father. Therefore, you have half (50 percent) from your mother and half (50 percent) from your father.
About 5 percent of the children born to individuals with lupus will develop the illness.
Surrogate mothers are used more frequently in modern pregnancies than in contemporary births. Altough the percentage would be over fifty percent in modern pregnancies there are still a higher number of births altogether (when considering all types of birth) which do not use surrogate mothers.
That your properties are fine. It means no one has robbed your property.
"Tyranny of the majority"
The depends if the court combines the cases and splits the amount between the mothers.