How can you win a case in which property was sold without you being included as an heir to the deceased?
If you own an interest in property as an heir and the property was sold without you joining in. You still own your interest.
If your father and stepmother are both deceased and left their home to you and your siblings are you responsible for the mortgage or foreclosure of the property?
Because the property was not owned outright by the deceased persons being willed the property are responsible for the debt attached as well. If they do not want to take the financial responsibility of paying the debt or selling the property they can allow it to be included in the probate procedure and therefore are not responsible for foreclosure or other litigation connected to it. yes, you are responsible otherwise you lose the house you…
Does being an executor or administrator give you right of possession to property of the deceased or just the duties to execute the will as per the deceased?
Can a credit card company go after a car of the deceased person if there is already a lien against it?
A judgment creditor may still execute the writ against property that is encumbered by lien(s). However, the existing liens take precedence when it relates to payment of such debt. That being the case it is unlikely that a judgment creditor would take such action. In a case where the property in question is part of the estate of the deceased, the probate laws of the state in which the deceased resided apply. Real property becomes…
What happens to a deceased persons home and possessions if they are left to a niece and the niece legally declines same does the home and property revert back to the estate?
Can the government file a lien against a home included in a Will that is being passed to someone who owes back child support?
If a person is on the deed and mortgage of a property but does not live there can they legally enter the property without being invited?
Your grandmother is a cosigner on your mothers house and your mother is now deceased is your grandmother now the owner?
As I am not a legal professional, this answer should be considered incomplete until improved by a professional. The the term Intestate is used to describe death without a will, and in Texas state law, as administered by the Probate Court in the county in which the deceaced held residence, determines who is considered an heir. As I understand it, with Texas being a community property state, a surviving spouse already owns a one half…
Yes. Estate values are being determine by license appraisers and they conduct the necessary evaluation and assessment of a certain estate property about it's value. Any estate property is included in real estate. Any land resource that is directed for valuable use is included in real estate, for sale or not.
Can you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy without your spouse being included and will his or her property be protected in Arizona?
A married person living in a community property state (Arizona is a CP state) can file for BK without the other spouse. However, all debts and assets incurred during the marriage are considered equally owned and owed by both parties. Therefore, depending upon the status of the property and/or assets they may not be exempt from creditor action. Likewise the non filing spouse could be held accountable for debts owed even if the accounts were…
Will surviving children of deceased parents that have no life insurance or estate be responsible for paying criminal fines or utility bills incurred by the decedents?
Not nearly enough information is given. If the "estate" being referred to is the 'estate' of a deceased parent(s) the siblings have only as much authority over the estate as the will of the deceased allows them. They each inherit individually what the will gives them, and if they inherit anything jointly, they cannot do anything with their joint-inheritance without BOTH being in agreement. It sounds like the questioner needs the advice of an attorney.
What is New York State Law if a child is born out of wedlock and wants to inherit from his deceased father?
Is term life insurance considered part of a deceased persons estate if the deceased person is being sued. I was his wife and benificary of the term life insurance?
In your case, no, the proceeds will not be included in the estate of the decedent. Since you were the named beneficiary the proceeds pass directly to you. Of course, upon your death they will be included in your estate. Whether or not a judgment against your husband will allow the other party to go after your assets is obviously a more complicated question. But the life insurance is not part of his estate.
Yes a husband or a wife can buy a house without the spouses signature being required. However, in community property states one spouse will acquire an interest in property acquired by the other spouse during the marriage. That interest would become important when the property is sold or if there is a divorce. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction to determine if your state is a separate or community property state. You…
When there is no will, Probate Court handles the disposition of the deceased's property. I would think a son has a legitimate claim to some of the property unless there are some unusual circumstances. Contact Probate Court and ask how the estate was handled, or is being handled. There should be a way for you to present your case.
No. That is contra bonos mores and against public policy, to give deceased estate to strangers like girlfriend while testator is legally married and has children with his legal wife. His guilty of engaging in extramural affairs. Being married in community of property deceased cannot disinherit his wife and children.
A property which is Jointly owned with rights of survivor ship by two persons one died but before the deceased encourage someone to spend and modify the property and promise them it. will I lose it?
A property\'s basis is increased by the cost of the modifications made. When a a property is jointly owned with rights of survivor ship by two persons but one dies and made modifications to the property that you are not aware of. Answer When a joint tenant with right of survivorship dies, the property is automatically owned solely by the survivor. When two people own property, both must agree to repairs in order for both…
Absolutely, they can. A lien will be placed on the property which prevents you from being able to sell the property or mortgage it without paying the property taxes. The last resort is that they can have an auction and sell the property on the Courthouse or City Hall steps with the new buyer being subject to pay the taxes owed on the property. If you wait this long you cannot bid on the property…