you or her estate???
In the event the step father is deceased, yes. But, you will need a copy of the death certificate showing that he is in fact deceased. Also you will need to know if he had a will that willed the property to someone else.
I was told that a red flower indicates your mother is still alive. A white flower indicates that your mother is deceased.
Here are some sentences.He is deceased but his sister is still alive.Is that actor alive or deceased?
Wakes with the deceased present do still happen in Ireland, but not with all funerals.
You cannot return a new car in Ohio. You can contact the bank and tell them you don't want the car and cancel financing but you could still be stuck with the deal you signed with the dealer.
Although Elvis has been deceased for many years, his music is still very popular.
James Franco is not deceased yet. He is still alive and pursuing his career in entertainment.
If your mother is deceased and you are still under age and you must have a legal gaurdian. You still need consent from your legal gaurdian.
Example: Exact: -(Noun) was as still as a deceased (being). Sarcastic: -(Noun) was as still as a frightened cat.
They are both deceased
No, J.K. Rowling is still alive.
It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.
as still as a statueExample:Exact:-(Noun) was as still as a deceased (being).Sarcastic:-(Noun) was as still as a frightened cat.
In order to ensure that a wife collects her deceased husband's insurance policy, it is beneficial to transfer the beneficiary of the policy while the husband is still alive. If the beneficiary of the policy is also deceased, it would be wise to seek legal help.
No, actor Chris Tucker is still alive.
Traditionally, it was a white carnation to honor & remember the deceased mother of Miss Anna Jarvis (who also happened to found Mother's Day). Now both white & red carnations are used - red to honor mothers who are still alive.
if there was no will left behind, its up to the family to decide (the right to decide everything usually go to the spouse unless challenged legally) and if the child is under the legal age, then their portion is decided by the parent
It sounds as if you're not legally responsible for the deceased client.
"This would depend on where your local dealer is. If your local dealer is still in business, then I would say it is a safe assumption that there are motor cars still available there. If they have gone out of business, then it would be safe to assume that no motor cars are available there."
Only if they're mothers are still alive. They might also give cards and gifts to their sisters and female friends who are mothers.
My parents are deceased and have a stock cert since 1986. Is it still valid?
I think they are still playing but I am not sure. They're all deceased now.
You will have to prove to the dealer that you are waiting to get the money. Show the dealer your loan approval documents.
If the person was still legally married to the deceased he or she is still considered a "surviving spouse". However, the extent to which claims are made upon the estate of the deceased or the responsibility of the surviving spouse for debts owed by the deceased is determined by state laws and/or the probate court.
If it was in his will If it was in his will