How long should a estate account remain open?
That will depend on the complexity of the estate. There is no definitive answer. Read More
7 Years, and then they are removed. Under your adverse account, there should be a removal date for each account. Read More
The estate was probated a year ago and administrator refuses to contact me. I fear he's 'run off' with the proceeds. Do heirs HAVE to receive 'settlement papers' after an estate has been probated?
You should visit the court immediately and ask for instructions on how to file a petition to compel the administrator to account for his actions regarding the estate. You should also contact the attorney who is handling the estate. Stealing the proceeds from an estate is a criminal offense. You have waited too long already. You should visit the court immediately and ask for instructions on how to file a petition to compel the administrator… Read More
The life estate will last as long as the beneficiary lives. The estate will have to remain open until that point in time. Read More
As long as the estate is still open. There is not specific length of time. Read More
Generally: Yes. Paying their own fee from the estate, as well as distribution, must be done before the estate is closed. The executor's fee is set by law and will appear in the final account. As long as the fee is properly assessed and listed in the final account, the court will approve the final account and at that time the estate is closed. All the executor's duties must be completed before the estate can… Read More
So long as there's a balance on the account - the file will remain open. Read More
if the account was a joint account and your were joint owner, you will be able to withdrawal from the account. you will also be able to remove her name from the account by providing the original death certificate and the account can then remain in your name. in some states there is a waiting period of how long you have to wait. before you deposit checks that where issued after her death, which then… Read More
Can the step father remain on a property he will not inherit after the death of the mother who had sole title to said property?
If that was his home he should be given a reasonable time to find a new home and move. You should check with the attorney who is handling the estate about giving proper notice in your jurisdiction. He does not have the right to remain indefinitely as long as he dod not inherit any interest in the property. Read More
Is it allowed for the administrator of the estate not to distribute the proceed of the estate after it has long been settled?
The estate is not settled until the final distribution is made. The heirs shouldn't sign off on the estate until they have received distribution of their shares. If the administrator tries to file a final account prior to distribution, thereby closing the estate, the heirs should object and notify the court that they haven't received there shares in the estate. Nothing should be left "up in the air" once an estate has been "settled". If… Read More
A google account might remain inactive for a long time. Seeing that inactivity, the developers might close the account. The account is closed approximately after 9 months. Read More
The executor's duties end when the final account is allowed and the estate is thereby closed. The heirs could request the personal papers of the decedent at that time. Read More
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
A delinquency usually refers to an account with late payments. The late payments report on the account for 7 years. Read More
Most banks will allow an account to remain negative for 30 days and then they will close the account ..many will charge fees during this period Read More
It does not take long to verify and account. The account is verified as soon as the details are accepted. The details should be correct and valid to verify. Read More
The life estate can be filed regardless of the deed. As long as the person granting the life estate is on the deed it should be good. Read More
What happens when the custodian of an estate trust account refuses to carry out the instructions for the account and what can be done to make sure the instructions are executed?
There is generally a time limit, depending on state laws. However, there are lots of other activities that go into executing an estate, including a long period of time when bills can be presented to the estate for payment. If you are not the executor, matters probably are outside of your control. Verify with your lawyer. Read More
Reward points from an American Express card remain valid for as long as the account associated with the card remains active. So customers just must keep their account up to date. Read More
They should remain lit 30 minutes after nightfall. Read More
About 3 days! Read More
Generally a bank will freeze an account for 30 days before closing the account. After that, they will report you to chexsystems where the report will remain for 5 years unless you file a dispute and attempt removal Read More
They should really like any berry,but you can leave them out for a while ,but they won't remain fresh for long! Read More
Well, I really dont think that this is a healthy diet. Read More
Until the estate is closed, it is responsible for debts. One of the primary reasons someone should open an estate is to resolve debts. The estate has to pay off the debts. If the estate cannot do so, they distribute as best they can. If the court approves the distribution, the debts are ended. Read More
They should be paid until the date of death. After that date, any income goes directly to the estate. Read More
What does it mean when an account is long outstanding difficult to collect the amount or it should be internally adjusted?
The account is considered an uncollectible account. The account must be adjusted so that the business can balance its books. Read More
As long as they are alive. Read More
Flu vaccines actually require very specific storage temperatures. They should not remain outside the refrigerator, and should be drawn from the vial into the syringe at the time the vaccine is administered. Read More
No. As long as you are filing for bankruptcy by yourself, your money with your husband will remain joint. Keep in mind that any debts you may share with your husband will remain with him as well. Read More
A deposit account is valid for as many years as you want. It is valid as long as the account is in active use (at least a few transactions every quarter on the account) in case the account is not actively utilized, the account would be made inactive or dormant after 3 to 6 months of inactivity. The money in the account will still remain valid and will be paid if the account holder visits… Read More
To tell you the truth, I don't know. It's really not worth it and consists of an annoyingly long process. Just create a new account and you should be able to play online, as long as it's different from the default account. Read More
As long as the estate as open. Typically the estate will be closed long before they have hit the statute of limitations on debt. Read More
The periods are different in every state. You need to check the time period for filing claims for your state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate. If there is none then you need to check your state probate code. Read More
If that person died owning real estate the estate must be probated in order for legal title to pass. You should consult with the attorney who handles the estate about drafting a new deed. Read More
Howrse accounts are deleted after 90 days of inactivity. So long as you sign in once in a while your account should be just fine. Read More
A question should not remain in the unanswered category after it has been answered. If the answer has to be approved, the question will stay in the category until a moderator approves the answer. Read More
They should be at least 5 letters or numbers long. If it is shorter than that a hacker can use your I.P. to access your account. Read More
I believe about 1/2 an hour is what I have read. Read More
Until directed otherwise. Read More
No more than 2 hours. At that time, it should be refrigerated or reheated. Read More
Until the "all clear" signal is given. Read More
Is a spouse responsible for a medical bill if there is no estate no money doesn't own anything how long will a collection agency hound a person?
That is one of the purposes of probate. Once the estate is closed, the collectors should not bother you. Read More
Maybe you should be, its tantamount to fraud....but if not good luck to you. Read More
Is it usual practice for a husband to will the majority of his estate to his widowed spouse when there are no children and should it matter how long the couple has been married?
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There is nothing to prevent it. As long as the price reflects market value, there should not be an issue. Read More
it depends on how you got it, drink some water and it should clear up on it's own. Read More
About half an hour, if you can manage it. Read More
You should receive a notice from the executor or the attorney who is handling the estate as long as your address is known. If you are speaking of a particular decedent, you can check the decedent's name in the local probate court records to see if an estate was filed. If there is an estate, you can visit the court and read the will. Read More