Should be able to as the lender really doesn't want the car. Call the lender and talk with a supervisor. Tell them that you can give them a "certified death certificate" for the primary signer and that you want to make arrangements to buy the car. Whether they will let you pay in installments or keep the loan in the primary's name is doubtful. More than likely, you will either be financing a completely different loan or paying cash. Good luck!
Yes the annuity payments are taxable income to the beneficiaries in the same way that they were taxed to the deceased taxpayer.
Well, a vehicle can be repossessed with no notification, so there's not much you can do about that. If the payments were taken over by family members, it's assumed the first family member was aware someone else would be paying for the truck and so is still responsible to see that the payments are made.
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Individuals that state they see deceased family members are called 'entities.'
The deceased family members were buried there so they could watch their children play in the courtyards an to watch the mayans play the game of the hero twins.
The answer - it's up to the family members or the deceased person's request. There's nothing written anywhere that I am aware of any time period, again it would be according to family members or the deceased person's request.
The only person it affects is the person the item is being repossessed from. Unless, one of the family members is a co-signer on a loan of the repossessed item. Then, they can bear the responsibility of repaying the loan and it will show on their credit report as well. I'm not aware of what is being repossessed, but the implications of repossessions may affect others...just not financially, unless taxes are involved (like a home).
Yes. It's called "fraud".
It is not unusual to dream of family members (parents, siblings, relatives) that have passed away.
Mate: Tigerstar - Deceased, Verified Place of No Stars member Daughter: Mothwing - Living, as of Fading Echoes Sons: Tadpole - Deceased, Residence Unknown Hawkfrost - Deceased, Verified Place of No Stars member
There are a few ways to find out of your deceased father had any stocks or bonds. The easiest way is to ask family members like your mom.
Yes, if the family members were practicing catholics and the deceased lived a good life and supportive of the family beliefs.
In certain regions of China, grasshoppers were kept as family pets and it was believed grasshoppers embodied the personalities of family members who were deceased. Keeping these reincarnate souls in the form of grasshoppers insured prosperity amongst the family members.
well just try and figure out how to find out his name from relatives or family members
The first thing a forensic scientist looks at to identify a deceased is teeth or facial markings that family members could use to identify the male/female.
Dish gardens are a commemorative composite. Dish gardens are used in funeral arrangements after the loved one has been laid to rest, specified members of the family each take a plant to nourish and cherish as a memorial to the deceased. (usually a group of grandchildren take the plants of a deceased grandparent) The are a very different, but very appreciated way to honor a deceased person and to honor the family of the deceased.
Lack of information about other family members, especially from previous generations because of deceased family members, who obviously cannot provide information about past manifestations of the disorder.
Yes. This can make sense in order to close out the debts of the deceased and prevent creditors from annoying surviving family members.
Whom are your family membersorWho are members of your family
It depends. a. If the deceased individual has a legal will, the people mentioned in his will, will be given the money from his account b. If he does not have a legal will, then his legal heirs (spouse and/or children) will be given the money from his account c. If he does not have any spouse or children, then the remaining family members will be given the money