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to become administrator of your moms property you need to seek an attorney that deals with estates and he would need to get small estate affidavits from you and any of your siblings. then he would have to file this with the local court to which is nearest to the home you want. some state rules and regulations may apply that is why you need legal assistance.

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Q: How to become adminstrator of estate after mothers death with no will?
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Who files taxes on behalf of mothers death at end of year?

The adminstor of her estate.


There are seven heirs of our mothers estate but one of the them is the aminstor how do we get a copy of our mothers death certificate?

You should be able to get a copy of the death certificate from the town clerk's office in the town where your mother died.


If I signed the hospital admission forms as POA am I responsible for the debt after my mother's death?

No. Your mothers estate would be however There is no estate. She did not own a home or property.


Is your home part of your estate?

If you own your home at the time of your death it will become part of your estate. If the title is held jointly with another person the title will pass automatically to that person at the time of your death and the home will not become part of your estate.


Can i become executor of an estate after my father's death?

There is no reason you cannot become executor of an estate as long as the court agrees. As long as you are 18 or older, you can serve in that capacity.


Is jewelry part of an estate?

All the property, real and personal, that a person owned at the time of their death will become part of their estate.


When a person dies leaving bank account to a family member POD does the individual owe the executrix of the estate any money?

No. A "payable on death" account does not become part of the probate estate. It would be paid by the bank directly to the named beneficiary.No. A "payable on death" account does not become part of the probate estate. It would be paid by the bank directly to the named beneficiary.No. A "payable on death" account does not become part of the probate estate. It would be paid by the bank directly to the named beneficiary.No. A "payable on death" account does not become part of the probate estate. It would be paid by the bank directly to the named beneficiary.


Does an account become part of the living trust through a pourover will if a beneficiary is named on the account?

NO. Generally, when a beneficiary is named on that account the balance will be paid over to the named beneficiary and will not become part of the owner's estate at their time of death.NO. Generally, when a beneficiary is named on that account the balance will be paid over to the named beneficiary and will not become part of the owner's estate at their time of death.NO. Generally, when a beneficiary is named on that account the balance will be paid over to the named beneficiary and will not become part of the owner's estate at their time of death.NO. Generally, when a beneficiary is named on that account the balance will be paid over to the named beneficiary and will not become part of the owner's estate at their time of death.


Who determines who gets the estate after my mothers death?

If your mother had a will then that will likely determine where her estate will go after her death. If not, then her estate will pass through intestacy in which the court goes down the family lines (husband, then children, then grandchildren, parents, siblings, etc) until there is someone to give it to. If your mother is still alive, I urge you to talk to her about drafting a will.


How would you treat a causality who become unconscious because of his mothers death?

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What if part of estate was sold by daughter before death?

If a person sells property prior to their death it cannot become a part of their estate. If they devised it to someone in their will the gift would lapse because the property is gone.


Who is liable for your mothers hospital bills if there is no will?

Your mother's estate is responsible for her debts. If she owned any assets then her estate must be probated to give her creditors the opportunity to make claims. If she had no assets then you should notify her creditors of her death by sending a copy of the death certificate with the bill to the billing office.


Is a bank account considered part of the residuary estate?

If it isn't a joint account with a surviving joint owner, and if it doesn't have a "payable on death" designation with the bank, and if it was not specifically bequeathed in the will then it would become part of the residuary of the estate.If it isn't a joint account with a surviving joint owner, and if it doesn't have a "payable on death" designation with the bank, and if it was not specifically bequeathed in the will then it would become part of the residuary of the estate.If it isn't a joint account with a surviving joint owner, and if it doesn't have a "payable on death" designation with the bank, and if it was not specifically bequeathed in the will then it would become part of the residuary of the estate.If it isn't a joint account with a surviving joint owner, and if it doesn't have a "payable on death" designation with the bank, and if it was not specifically bequeathed in the will then it would become part of the residuary of the estate.


What is the date of Eleanor's mothers death?

Roosevelt? If so the date of her mothers death is December 7th, 1892.


Is a CD part of the estate?

The value of that CD is an asset unless Payable on Death arrangements were made with the bank when the account was opened. In that case the proceeds do not become an estate asset.


Is there anyway to keep your last will and testament from becoming public knowledge?

If you own property at the time of your death the will must be probated and your estate becomes a public record. There is no way you can change that process. It is the law. If you have no will (intestate) and you own property at the time of your death your estate must be probated. The court will appoint an administrator and your estate will become part of the public record. The only way to keep your business private is to do some careful estate planning so that you own no property in your own name at the time of your death. Perhaps you should discuss it with an attorney who specializes in estate planning.If you own property at the time of your death the will must be probated and your estate becomes a public record. There is no way you can change that process. It is the law. If you have no will (intestate) and you own property at the time of your death your estate must be probated. The court will appoint an administrator and your estate will become part of the public record. The only way to keep your business private is to do some careful estate planning so that you own no property in your own name at the time of your death. Perhaps you should discuss it with an attorney who specializes in estate planning.If you own property at the time of your death the will must be probated and your estate becomes a public record. There is no way you can change that process. It is the law. If you have no will (intestate) and you own property at the time of your death your estate must be probated. The court will appoint an administrator and your estate will become part of the public record. The only way to keep your business private is to do some careful estate planning so that you own no property in your own name at the time of your death. Perhaps you should discuss it with an attorney who specializes in estate planning.If you own property at the time of your death the will must be probated and your estate becomes a public record. There is no way you can change that process. It is the law. If you have no will (intestate) and you own property at the time of your death your estate must be probated. The court will appoint an administrator and your estate will become part of the public record. The only way to keep your business private is to do some careful estate planning so that you own no property in your own name at the time of your death. Perhaps you should discuss it with an attorney who specializes in estate planning.


Do indigents pay death tax?

"Death Tax" refers to an Estate Tax. If your estate is worth $1,500,000 or less the estate is exempt from an estate tax. I assume most indigents don't have an estate that is worth that much.


Does homeowners insurance continue after the owners death?

Homeowners insurance will continue after an owners death. The Homeowners insurance policy will typically be paid for by the executor of the estate and become his or her responsibility.


What to do if a special bequest has already been given prior to the death of a person in pa?

Generally, if property is given away during life it does not become a part of the estate after death.


How do you change the executor of an estate after the death of the family member My brother is executor and wants nothing to do with estate. How can I become the executor?

The executor can file a resignation with the court and you would petition for appointment as the successor.


How do I remove my brother from Power of Attorney and add my sister to my mothers estate?

Your brother cannot be the 'power of attorney' for your mother's estate. A Power of attorney is extinguished upon the death of the principal. If your mother has died then your brother has no more authority over her property. In order to obtain the legal right to manage her estate you must apply to the probate court for appointment as the personal representative of her estate.


How do you become an executor of an estate and not a will?

An executor is the person who carries out the provisions in a person's will. An estate is the property owned by a person at the time of their death. If a person who died left a will the person appointed by the court to carry out the provisions of the will is the executor of the estate.When a person dies without a will (intestate) the court will appoint an administrator of the estate.


Can executor in a life estate transfer property through a deed?

A life estate is extinguished upon the death of the holder of the life estate.


Who is the owner of an estate?

An estate can be two things: all the property a living person owns and all the property a person owns at the time of their death. Once a decedent's estate has been probated the heirs-at-law or beneficiaries under the will become the owners of that property.


Does a co exectuator of your mothers estate have the right to a copy of her will before she is dead?

No one has a 'right' to a person's will prior to their death. However, the testator should let the named executor know where the will can be found so that it can be retrieved by the executor and filed in probate after the testator's death.