An executor has to have the will in order to be able to execute it, and if you don't give the executor a copy of your will while you are still alive, you certainly are not going to be able to give him a copy after you are dead, at least, not unless you have a preliminary executor whose function is to give the will to the actual executor - which is really a needless complication.
The executor is responsible to the court. Anyone with an interest in the case can present his concerns to the probate judge. The executor does not owe anyone anything. No one can tell the executor to do anything. If the probate judge instructs the executor to give you a copy of the report, you will get a copy of the report. If you do not present your concerns to the probate court, you are Sadly Out of Luck.
The executor should give the other heirs a copy of the Will upon request. The executor has no actual authority until they have been appointed by the court. Once the Will has been submitted to the probate court it becomes a public record and anyone can obtain a copy from the court.
You should be able to obtain a copy from the Internal Revenue Service.
In most states, the named executor may give up the right to be executor by signing what is called a "Renunciation" of the right to serve. A formal document like that is preferrable, however in some instances there may be a problematic executor who just refuses to do anything, even sign the renunciation. In that situation some states might accept a letter or require the alternate executor to give the named executor some notice that he or she is applying to be appoiinted. Depending on the procedure used in that particular state probate court, the alternate will be appointed when the named executor fails to reply.
No, the executor works for the estate. The estate will pay the executor a reasonable fee. The beneficiary has limited direction that they can give the executor.
A POA is extinguished when the principal has died. The executor must present the Will to the probate court and request appointment as the executor. They have no authority until they have been appointed by the court.
if you know what school your daughter went to at the time then you take your divorce papers to the school and get a copy tell them about your x or ask your daughter for one but the school has to give you a copy because you are the father
not much. it is more ethics. If he still refuses, go to small claims court.
Contact the Attorney or whomever Legally drew up the Trust. * The attorney will not give out such information. If the trustee refuses to supply the beneficiaries with a copy of the trust or the information that is sought, the interested party will need to petition the probate court for a copy of the document.
An executor must be appointed by the probate court. The court will issue "Letters Testamentary" and those letters give the executor the legal authority to access the decedent's assets. You will need to provide the bank with a copy of your Letters Testamentary in order to collect the balances and close the accounts.
Ask the Executor for a copy. Added: If your mother has not yet died, neither you, nor anyone, is legally entitled to a copy of it, unless she wants to give you one. If your Mom is deceased, see Answer #1, OR- go to court and ask to see a copy of the probate file concerning her estate.
get in touch with your neighbors brother and find out who the executor of estate was/is for his sister. That person can sign the title over to you and give you a copy that shows they are the executor of estate for her.
The Will must be filed in probate. Once filed it becomes a public record. Any person can visit the court and request the file which contains all the documents filed by the executor and the court. Some probate courts have a public copy machine. Otherwise, copies can be ordered from the clerk for a fee.
The executor had no idea how much work was required in settling an estate.
An executor is required to give notice to the beneficiaries and also to the people who would have been heirs if there had been no will. State laws specify the time within which the notice has to be given. In NJ it is 60 days after probate. Generally, once a will has been filed for probate it becomes a public record and a copy may be obtained at the court where the will was filed. The executor should make copies of the will available to the beneficiaries. If they don't anyone can obtain a copy from the court.
That depends on the wording of the will. Being executor does not automatically give you a right to the estate.
Yes. Both give the executor the legal authority to settle the estate according to the provisions in the will.Yes. Both give the executor the legal authority to settle the estate according to the provisions in the will.Yes. Both give the executor the legal authority to settle the estate according to the provisions in the will.Yes. Both give the executor the legal authority to settle the estate according to the provisions in the will.
It's illegal for anybody to acquire a copy of your credit report and not provide you a copy of the report, especially if you've paid for it. It's a federal law. The Fair Credit Reporting Act. They may refer you to the company that provided the broker the copy so you can receive your copy, but you are entitled to a copy by federal law.
Complain to the court immediately. The court can compel the Executor to file an accounting or replace the Executor if they will not perform their duties with expediency.
Yes. The executor must account for all the property that came into their possession and where it all went.
Give him sone of his portion.
If a creditor refuses to give you payment address, you still owe them money. This might be frustrating but does not get you off the hook.
i want a copy....please give mea copy
If the air conditioner came with the apartment, then No, the tenant is not responsible. It is up to the Landlord to fix it. I know this because I am a landlord myself. If the Landlord refuses to do so, call a repairman, get it fixed, get a copy of the bill and deduct t from your rent...however make sure you let the landlord know that you will be doing this if he still refuses to fix it and again, make sure you give him a copy of the bill when you pay your rent.