Can an estate administrator involve her husband in the heirs affairs?
Typically the estate is responsible for clearing up any liabilities. The affairs of the estate are usually handled by the executor of the estate. Read More
The co-administrator of an estate has as much equal access to the estate as the administrator. If property or the estate needs to be divided, the parties will need to agree. Read More
You would need to provide an example of an issue the administrator would have with the "estate". The administrator of an estate is the person appointed by the court to represent the estate. They are paid from the estate for performing their duties. Their fee comes out of the assets before any assets are distributed and they have the authority to pay their own fee out of the estate. Any lawsuits against an estate must… Read More
If the person left a Will the Will will identify who the administrator (executor) of the estate is to be - only this person can anministor the estate. If there is no Will then the state will appoint an administrator (there will be country specific laws relating to how this happens). Read More
Yes, an administrator may buy things from the estate. They must pay a fair market price for the item. Read More
It should not cost the administrator anything. The costs, which are fairly reasonable, are born by the estate. And the Administrator can charge for their services. Read More
Single Brother died No will No children No estate Trying to handle his affairs How do I get authorization for mortgage company or other creditors to talk to me?
Your brother has an estate if he has a mortgage. You need to petition the probate court in your brother's jurisdiction to be appointed the Administrator of his estate. The court will issue Letters of Administration that will enable you to carry on the business of disposing of his estate. Read More
I am the administrator of my fathers estate does my brother have equale power and percentage of estate? Read More
The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate administrator. The decedent's estate must be probated and the buyer can arrange to purchase the property from the estate… Read More
Go to the court house for your county. They can provide you with a set of the appropriate paperwork. It would be advisable to consult with an attorney, but you can do it yourself. Read More
You would not be an executor. You would be an administrator. You file an application with the probate court in your jurisdiction to be appointed the administrator of the estate. Read More
Your rights and responsibilities as an administrator of an estate vary by state. An attorney in your state can guide you toward the details you need. Read More
No. It is the responsibility of the administrator to notify the court if the estate is insolvent and provide all the supporting documentation. Read More
If you think the administrator is not performing their duties to the best advantage of the estate and heirs you can report the situation to the court and request a ruling or the removal of the administrator if necessary. Read More
If there is no will then there is no executor. Some qualified person would need to petition the probate court to be appointed the Administrator of the estate. An Administrator is appointed when there is no will. Read More
Can the administrator of an estate in Texas enter into any kind of lease contract or sale any property before or during the probate of a will?
That's sort of the reason for having an executor, so that they can settle the estate. And that may involve renting property or selling it. They are accountable to the court for their actions. Read More
An executor handles the estate of a decedent who died with a will. An administrator handles the estate of a decedent who die without a will. The terms are different because an executor is executing the decedent's directions as stated in the will. The administrator is simply handling the estate according to general laws. Read More
Yes. For estate where there is no will the court will appoint an Administrator for the estate. Read More
You petition the probate court to be appointed the ADMINISTRATOR of the estate. Read More
An administrator can always decline to act in their position. The court will replace them. Read More
Someone who handles the estate for payment of the decedent's debts and distribution to the heirs. Read More
As the administrator of an estate can you contest a named beneficary of an estate based on the requsets of parental hiers?
Not if it is in the will. Read More
Generally, in most states in the US, an administrator must obtain a license to sell the real estate from the court. You should consult with the attorney who is handling the estate. Read More
The present Administrator must resign and the court must appoint a new Administrator. Read More
Is an estate administrator paid after the estate is settled or can they collect before it is settled?
They can collect before it is settled Read More
The Administrator can arbitrate the distribution of property in the absence of a Will or for property not mentioned in the Will. However, if their plan is not agreeable to the heirs they may ask a judge to render a decision. Read More
I assume you mean how do they acquire title to the real estate in their own name. In order for legal title to real estate to pass to the heirs the estate must be probated. Generally, once the administrator or personal representative has been appointed by the court there are two ways to transfer title to the real estate legally. First, the administrator can request a license to sell the real estate by stating the… Read More
For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. Read More
The executor or administrator, but only to the extent of assets in the estate. Read More
Yes, they can. Often a creditor will file for an estate so they can collect their money. Read More
Generally, you need a license from the court to mortgage the property. Read More
Yes, with the proper authority. That is one of the main responsibilities of an estate administrator. Read More
Is there a time limit to protest a probate or estate after someone is appointed an administrator over an estate if there is no will?
Assuming you are talking about protesting about the administraion of the estate rather than the actual appointment of the administrator, in the UK, once a Letter of Administration has been granted you have six months to make a claim against the administrator of the estate. After the six months has passed you can still make a claim however it is much more complex as you have to make a claim against the beneficiaries of the… Read More
If the estate of a decedent needs probating and no one has come forward to administer the estate, then the county Public Administrator may petition to be appointed the administrator. They are required to perform their duties under the law as any administrator. They would need to petition the court for a license to sell the real estate. The proceeds would escheat to the state to be placed in a fund. If an heir ever… Read More
If the son is the aministrator of the estate does the spouse still have rights to the stocks and bonds?
The administrator of an estate simply takes care of the details. When there is an administrator, he decides how the estate will be divided. The spouse has no rights to the stocks and bonds. The spouse has rights to a percent of the estate as determined by the law, will, or probate judge. The administrator can decide to give the spouse only stocks, only bonds, or only cash. The administrator can sell everything and divide… Read More
No. In fact, an administrator must apply for a license to sell the property. An administrator doesn't have any authority to sell property without a court order. Once the estate has been closed the heirs at law own the property. The deed must come from those heirs. If property is discovered after the estate is closed and the heirs wish to sell it through the estate the administrator (or another qualified person) must petition to… Read More
The Probate Division of the court. Read More
Yes, they certainly can. Read More
You apply to the court for a letter of authority. They will issue the letter and you are administrator. Read More
Does a daughter in law have any rights on a property when she is the administrater of her husband esate?
You have misstated the situation. Your "daughter-in-law's" status in this situation is as the surviving spouse and the administrator of the estate. She has superior rights in both capacities. Your question should be more accurately stated as, "Does a widow have any rights to property when she is administrator of her husband's estate?" The simple answer is, of course. As the surviving spouse she is entitled to all or part of her husband's estate under… Read More
Can the administrator of an intestate estate sign the listing agreement for the sale of real property?
Yes, but generally, the Administrator needs to request a license to sell the real estate from the court in order to be able to execute a valid deed. Read More
My spouse died without a will. I want to be the administratior of her estate. How do I write a letter to be appointed the administrator?
You should visit the probate court in your jurisdiction. It probably has a form you can fill out as a petition to be appointed the administrator of the estate. Read More
In the settling of the estate, the court appointed Administrator has all the power, by law. She has the authority and responsibility to settle the estate according to state law under the supervision of the court. The heir-at-law has no power. If the Administrator is not performing her duties the heirs can request she be replaced. However, one of the reasons the law provides for the appointment of an estate representative is to avoid disagreements… Read More
You must petition the probate court to be appointed the administrator of his estate if he had no will. If no one objects, the court will provide you with the authority to pay his debts and distribute his assets according to the state laws of intestacy under the court's supervision. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate if there are assets. The administrator is personally liable if they make errors while settling… Read More