Does have right to there father estate?
The imidiate family has the right to their fathers estate.
My father made me joint owner of his property before he died and now my siblings want a share of his estate. What should I do?
If your father transferred his property to you and he as joint tenants with the right of survivorship his interest passed automatically to you when he died. You are the sole owner of his property and there is no estate that needs to be probated. He wanted you to own the property. You have the right to explain that to your siblings and turn down their requests for a share of his estate. Depending on… Read More
Yes, a half sister can share in her fathers estate if she was the blood daughter of the father.
Yes, if they are named in the will. Or if the will leaves the money to you or your descendants. If your husband is not their father, there is no automatic right to the property.
Inheritance is not necessarily a right. It is governed by the laws of the jurisdiction. Adult children don't have an automatic right to a part of the estate.
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.
My father was a passenger in a fatal accident. I am the only surviving family member. What benefits am I entitled to?
If your father had a will, you may be named in the will. If your father did not have a will, you may inherit his estate through intestacy laws. If your father's estate has the right to recover in a civil suit because of the accident, you may be the appropriate party to bring that action.
If they are the sole possessor, yes, they have the absolute right to choose who gets it next by explicitly stating so. However, if they do not define the heir to the estate (via a will or otherwise) then the estate is divided amongst all immediate family according to law.
It will depend on the specific wording of the will. In most cases they would get their father's share of the estate.
In most cases there will be none. The estate was left to the brother.
A Life Estate provides the right to the use and sole possession of real estate for the life of the life tenant. A Life Estate provides the right to the use and sole possession of real estate for the life of the life tenant. A Life Estate provides the right to the use and sole possession of real estate for the life of the life tenant. A Life Estate provides the right to the use… Read More
Can dominant estate having a right of way easement shift the easement to entirely separate another property from the easement?
No. The dominant estate is the property that owns the right to use an easement over another person's land (the servient estate). The dominant estate has no right to shift the location of the easement. That can only be done with the consent of the owner of the servient estate, in writing and recorded in the land record. No. The dominant estate is the property that owns the right to use an easement over another… Read More
No, not unless you have a written contract that provides you will get paid from the estate.
That depends on the size of the estate, how it is titled, who it goes to, what state your father resided, and potentially other factors. If there are few assets and the estate is small, start by asking someone at the bank for advice. If the estate is large you should seek advice from a qualified estate attorney.
What if your fathers girlfriend leave the estate to the father but father dies before policy holder does the estate got to children of the father?
If the girlfriend is still alive then she can change her beneficiary. If she died and didn't change her beneficiary then you may have a claim if her estate went to your father. You should speak to an attorney. You refer to a "policy holder" in your question as well as an "estate". If the subject is a life insurance policy and your father was the beneficiary but was deceased when the insured died then… Read More
Basically, he INHERITED his father business in real estate. His father was a wealthy real estate business man in NY and Donald worked his first job in his father business.
A life estate is granted by the owner of the property. You have no right to challenge their right to control their own property.
If your birth father allowed your stepfather to adopt you do you have rights to your birth fathers estate?
If your birth father allowed your step father to adopt you, you do not have rights to your birth father's estate where I am sitting; however, 10 feet behind me you do. See a lawyer.
Does the child have legal right to his father even if the parents never married but the father signed on his live birth as acknowledgement?
United States Yes. That child has legal rights as his father's biological child. First, that child has the legal right to be financially supported by his father. Second, that child may have inheritance rights according to the law in the particular state or other jurisdiction. In the United States a minor child he cannot be disinherited if his father dies even if his father leaves all his property to someone else in his Will. His… Read More
A LIFE ESTATE is an estate held only for a specified person's life. It is a right to use and occupy property that is extinguished when the life estate holder dies.
Yes they certainly do have that right. That is the entire purpose of opening an estate, to collect all assets and pay all debts.
No, you can't. First, you can't sue a parent for child support. Second, there is nobody to collect it from since your father has passed. However, if your father has an estate you could contact the attorney handling the estate or a private attorney to determine if you have any rights in his estate as an heir at law.
A will is a method of allocating the value of one's estate on death. A life estate is a right in property.
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The father is still living. Does a daughter-in-law have any legal right to the portion of the estate inheritance that a now deceased son would have received upon the death of the father?
Generally, no. If the son predeceases his father and then his father dies, the heirs that are next in the line of descent of the father would be the grandchildren. However, the still-living father should have a will drafted so his property is distributed as he wants it to be.
You are the sole heir in your parents will Your father has children from a previous marriage that have been intentionally excluded Should the will be changed to avoid the estate being sued?
Generally, adult children can be disinherited, however, the will must be drafted to conform to state law. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate law who can determine if your father needs to make any changes in his will. Your father has the right to choose who will inherit his estate as long as the will conforms to state laws.
It was right next door to the first estate, Versailles.
A minor child's father passed and there was no a will. The father owned real estate by a joint tenancy. What happens now?
Property held in a joint tenancy passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. However, if the father owned any other property in his own right when he died then a claim can be filed against his estate on behalf of the minor child. The child would also be entitled to Social Security benefits. Property held in a joint tenancy passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. However, if the father owned any other property in… Read More
The second estate, or the nobility. These people are the only one who are allowed the right of carrying the sword.
A lawsuit commenced against a person can continue against his estate after his death. The attorney for the plaintiff's estate should have filed a notice in your father's estate that there is a claim against the estate.
What are your rights to your deceased father's estate if the father left the estate to his second wife as executrix?
That will depend on what the will says. In most cases, the bulk of the of estate would be expected to go to the spouse.
Father passed away and mother never opened estate Now mother is gone who is responsible for opening the estate of the father Will states everything is left to wife?
Each estate must be separately administered. Fathers creditors will need to be paid from father's estate, necessary tax forms will be filed. Father's estate will need to be distributed according to the father's will, i.e., the residual to the surviving spouse. The estate of the spouse is then probated by the administrator of the wife's estate, as required by the wife's creditors and heirs.
A beneficiary does not have the right to sell the estate. Only the executor can sell property.
Thomas Jefferson's father passed away in 1757. His father, Peter was a farmer, planter, and surveyor. When his father died Jefferson inherited his estate.
Does an heir sibling to an estate have a right to enter estate after death of a parent if they are not the executor?
They do not have that right. The executor is responsible for the property and can allow, or not allow, access to the premises. The executor has to inventory the property of the estate and value it before distributions can be made.
They can go after the estate. Which means if an estate wasn't opened and debts resolved, they are coming after you.
If the agency has filed on the estate, and there is enough money to pay the other filing creditors, then yes.
That depends on the wording of the will. Being executor does not automatically give you a right to the estate.
Did your father have the right to leave a life estate to his second wife if the property is still in his and your deceased mothers name Her will was never probated?
Yes. in many cases it is a requirement of law that the spouse gets a life interest in the property. The property probably became your father's without any need for an estate, as the survivor.
The estate has to pay off all of the debts if possible, using the IRAs if they can. If the estate doesn't have the assets to do so, they distribute as best they can. If the court signs off on the distribution, the debts are ended.
Right of possession is the power to exercise control or dominion over the real property. A right to possession can be created by various legal arrangements such as: deed life estate lease will
Laws vary. Generally, the surviving spouse and the children inherit in an intestate (without a Will) estate. If you were not married to the father then his children would inherit his estate. You can check the laws in your jurisdiction by performing an online search for "intestacy laws- your jurisdiction".
The servient estate is the land subject to the right of way, or, the land over which the ROW passes. The dominant estate is the land that is benefitted by the right of way.
Yes. As long as the estate is open the executor has a right to the executor's fee. However, they cannot dally. The estate must be handled with expediency or the beneficiaries should complain the the court. Yes. As long as the estate is open the executor has a right to the executor's fee. However, they cannot dally. The estate must be handled with expediency or the beneficiaries should complain the the court. Yes. As long… Read More
What if your mother and step father have been married for thirty five years He has 3 estranged sons he is on his death bed now can his sons come and take her estate?
Well it depends. Does the step father have a will leaving his estate to only them? Normally, she has a right to his all of his estate as his wife by right of survivorship but not the part he leaves to someone else. So they can not get her half away from her, its hers. And they can't get his half unless the stepfather left his half to them. Half of the estate would be… Read More
Inheritance .... the estate of the father passed down to the son.