How do you obtain power of attorney over a deceased loved one's estate?
You cannot obtain a power of attorney since the only person who could grant it is deceased. You need to visit the probate court to determine if you are eligible to petition to be appointed the estate representative.
You have a loved one who died and she named you beneficiary to her estate after her husband dies. Her estate was probated her husband remarried and died intestate. What are your rights?
Your situation is not clear. If your loved one provided her husband with a life estate with the remaining estate to go to you after his death then the remaining property belongs to you. However, it depends on such factors as how the property was held, the exact language in the will and whether the surviving husband was given any power of appointment. If your loved one's estate was probated you should contact the attorney…
The deceased passed away 2 years ago in Missouri. The grandson that had the power of attorney has not filed the will as of yet that we know of. The other two grandchildren are wanting to get it settled as their grandparents house was supposed to go to the youngest grandchild. This has not happened yet. Please help. Depending on the state in which the decedant resided in , but normally if they had a…
Letters Testamentary, when there is a will or Letters of Administration when there is no will are needed to close out a decedent's bank accounts assuming they are in his/her name alone. This is because banks do not turn a deceased person's money to anyone but the person authorized to take it. Letters Testamentary and Letters of Administration are basically proof of a person's legal authority to handle an estate.
Can someone move a grave marker that was put there by family of the loved one if he's in charge of the estate?
Perhaps. You need to review the Will to determine if authority over the burial was given to the executor of the estate. The executor must be appointed by the court in order to exercise any authority granted in the Will. If there was no will or if burial was not mentioned in the Will then you should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate in your jurisdiction.
How long after the death of a loved on does the executor hate to settle the estate in the state of pa?
Speak to the funeral director and they will be able to advise you. You can bring some items to place inside the coffin with the deceased person (again speak with the funeral director), such as a photograph, teddy bear, a flower, are some items that can be considered to be put in with a deceased loved one.
It just means you miss a loved one of someone you know has died. The question is difficult because there are too many possibilities. "A dead person" might be a historic individual, a deceased celebrity, an anonymous decrepit corpse, or a recently deceased loved one. Generally speaking, dreams of the deceased are a normal part of the grieving process. See the attached webpage below for more examples and discussion of similar dreams.
What does it mean when you dream of a loved one who has died and he is walking away from you not talking and then he says he is all right?
You should not go to a funeral when your presence would upset a family member or loved one of the deceased. It is not proper or appropriate to attend the funeral of an ex if that person has a new husbad/wife etc.. If you caused pain to the deceased or someone close to the deceased it is best not to go. Remember the funeral is not about you.
To plan a proper funeral service for someone, one must first notify others that a loved one has deceased. One must then call a funeral home and make proper arrangements for a funeral service, and notify loved ones and friends of the deceased of the tragedy. The entire process is similar to that of a wedding though the two temperaments are remarkably contrasted.
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.
What are some estate planning steps that can ease financial burdens following the death of a loved one?
It is perfectly natural to dream about deceased loved ones, especially in the weeks and months following your loss. In this dream, you are "sandwiched" between two deceased generations, so it is not surprising that your mind would express your distress in a dream. Your mind might also be reaching for comfort by visualizing your mother finding and caring for your granddaughter in the world beyond this one.
The loved one is not moving, but the experience of believing so is very common and has nothing whatever to do with religion or spirituality. We rarely see deceased people in today's world. Our experience is of living people, and even when they are sleeping, they are moving. We trick ourselves into believing that a body is moving because that is what we expect. The experience is heightened when the deceased is someone we loved…