How long should it take to be notified if you are a beneficiary in a will?
Shouldn't be more than a few weeks, particularly if you have been in contact with the executor.
You are the beneficiary of brothers life insurance that died in March and have not received the money - how long should this take?
Yes. However, the beneficiary must continue to make the mortgage payments or pay off the mortgage or the lender will take possession of the property by foreclosure. You should discuss the situation with the attorney who will draft your will. Yes. However, the beneficiary must continue to make the mortgage payments or pay off the mortgage or the lender will take possession of the property by foreclosure. You should discuss the situation with the attorney…
Yes, with a but. As long a a beneficiary is named for the policy and that beneficiary is alive then creditors cannot touch the proceeds. If a beneficiary is NOT named or has died, then the benefits are paid to the INSURED persons estate. A persons estate will go to their next of kin, but NOT before creditors take what is owed to them.
If a family member had a life insurance policy on your mother and she wanted to split everything among the surviving children should this policy be included?
If the insured died, the insurance company must be notified of the death and then supplied completed claims forms and the death certificate. It will then pay out the benefit to the named beneficiary. This is contractual so whoever is named, gets the money and you do not have a say in the matter or how it is spent, unless you are aware that "mom" wanted it that way. Often times the insured names the…
The answer depends on the facts of the particular situation, how the will reads, what the beneficiary is given under the will and other factors. Also the laws of the state of probate should be taken into consideration as well as they might have a bearing. In the typical case where a beneficiary is given a specific dollar amount of money, you cannot pay the beneficiary with stock unless the beneficiary and the residuary legatees…
If someone dies of a quick terminal illness in the hospital and has no insurance but left you his vehicles in a will what happens?
Yes. You can leave your property to a beneficiary. However, the beneficiary must pay off the mortgage or the lender will take possession of the property by foreclosure. When you grant a mortgage you are granting the lender an interest in your property. Your beneficiary would take the property subject to the bank's interest.
Not quite enough info to answer the question. Did you file a REQUEST for a Judicial Review, or have you been notified that the Judicial Review was granted? In the first case; you should receive a notice of a hearing in which you will present your reasons for requesting the review, after which youj will be notified if the judge agrees with your request, or not. In the second case: you will be notified of…
After you have been apprehended AND the state that wants you has been notified it can take as long as it takes. Once the state-to-state process is in motion there is no statutory limit on the amount of time it can take, and if the fugitive fights extradition, it can take even longer. If you are held in excess of 90 days file a writ of Habeus Corpus.
The time it takes likely depends more on the company than your state. You need to have a copy of the death certificate to send to the company as well as proof that you are a beneficiary. Unless there is a question, a company should be able to honor your claim and send you a check in a couple of weeks.
How long can one state hold you in jail to be extradited to another if you have no charges in that state?
Once the state that issued the warrant has been notified, and the legal process for extradition is set in motion, as long as the process is proceeding in a legal and timely manner there is no statutory time limit for that action to take place. If the fugitive is fighting extradition it will take even longer. If no action occurs within 30 days of the fugitive's arrest he should file a writ of Habeus Corpus.
The same length of time it takes for any other check to clear. Banks are not actually obligated by law (in the US) to pay any special attention to postdated checks, unless they have been specifically notified of them. If they have been notified, they are supposed to treat them as invalid if presented before the date on the check.
Insufficient information is disclosed in the question - BUT - if the question is about extradition - - as long as the extraditing state has been notified and confirms that they WILL extradite you, you will be held until the legal and administrative paperwork is complete and the agents show up to take custody of you.
The first step when dealing with a security breach in a salon would be to notify the salon owner. After the owner is notified you must inventory equipment and records and take statements from eyewitnesses that witnessed the breach. Clients need to be notified that confidentiality has been breached so they can take measures to protect their information. As these tasks are being performed, the police should be called.
How long does it take to get paid if your the beneficiary of the guaranteed life insurance from Colonial Penn?
Generally, you will be notified at the time the levy is made that it has been made. It is done simultaneously so the the debtor does not take the money out of the account. The money is frozen but the bank usually cannot turn this money over to the levying party for some period of time giving the debtor a chance to argue to the court why the money should not be taken.