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You will probably have to go to court and get the judge to order it.

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Q: How do you get the title for a car if the person dies before the title was signed and the executor refuses to sign the title in NC?
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Can you still receive an inheritance is all but one of the beneficiary's refuses to sign off?

Yes. A beneficiary who refuses to release their demands in an estate cannot delay the process for long. The executor can ask for a hearing on the final account and the court will allow it even though all the beneficiaries have not signed releases.


Can a lien be put on a property where executor borrowed your money after person died to pay estate bills for another property?

You need to consult with an attorney ASAP and bring with you any loan agreement signed by the executor.


If you are the executor and co-beneficiary do you have to get signed documents from the co beneficiary to act?

If you are the sole Executor you do not need signatures from any beneficiaries.


Can executors renounce in favor of a family member who is not a beneficiary in the will?

The executor cannot "renounce or disclaim" the inheritance of any beneficiary. That can only be done voluntarily by the person who decides to disclaim their own inheritance and there are certain forms that must be used, signed and filed with the estate.The executor cannot "renounce or disclaim" the inheritance of any beneficiary. That can only be done voluntarily by the person who decides to disclaim their own inheritance and there are certain forms that must be used, signed and filed with the estate.The executor cannot "renounce or disclaim" the inheritance of any beneficiary. That can only be done voluntarily by the person who decides to disclaim their own inheritance and there are certain forms that must be used, signed and filed with the estate.The executor cannot "renounce or disclaim" the inheritance of any beneficiary. That can only be done voluntarily by the person who decides to disclaim their own inheritance and there are certain forms that must be used, signed and filed with the estate.


Can an executor be made pay for deceased's funeral?

If the executor personally signed for the funeral, yes. Typically the estate pays the cost of the funeral. In that case the executor would pay the bill from the estate, not out of his own pocket.


How does a person file to be an executive of an estate?

Once the individual is deceased, they would apply to the probate court. If there is a will, it may name an executor, if not, there is usually a form to fill out and have signed by the heirs.


What form legally indicates who is the executor of an estate?

The Letter of Authority signed by the probate court.


When an Executor edits his father's will for probate?

It is fraud. You cannot 'edit' a will once the testator has signed it. And amendment or codicil can be filed to change parts of the will, but they have to be done by the testator, not the executor.


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Yes, he was the last person to sign the Constitution. There were 39 delegates that signed the Constitution before him.


Can a executor or a trustee sign a codicil in a will?

No. A codicil is an "amendment" to a Will. As such, it must be signed by the testator (maker of the Will) with the same formality as the Will was signed. An executor does not assume his/her/its power until the death of the testator; until then, the executor has no power. After death, the Will cannot be changed. A trustee may be appointed in a Will to act in some administrative capacity with respect to the property of a testator. Alternatively, a trustee may be appointed by a trust document executed by another person during that person's life. If so done, the trustee is charged with carrying out the terms of the trust, and has no greater powers than granted by the trust.


Can a car repair person charge for storage if he refuses to return the car?

If you signed an agreement or contract saying so then yes. If he is just holding your car for money's sake then that is unlawful.


Neighbor recently passed away and her brother wants to give me her car I have the title and need to register it in North Carolina What do I need to do to get the title signed over?

get in touch with your neighbors brother and find out who the executor of estate was/is for his sister. That person can sign the title over to you and give you a copy that shows they are the executor of estate for her.

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