The answer depends upon how your Dad and his siblings took title to the property: as tenants in common or as joint tenants with right of survivorship. As joint tenants with right of survivorship, his share would pass to the other siblings named in the deed. If they acquired as tenants in common, then his share would pass to his heirs at law according to the laws of his state. In that case your Mother would need to petition to be appointed administrator of his estate in order for title to pass legally to his heirs, his widow and children.
Generally yes, if your aunt died intestate with no living spouse, children or parents, you would be entitled to your deceased mother's intestate share of the estate. You should contact the attorney who is handling the estate.
If your uncle is the sibling of one of your parents, his mother is your grandmother. If he is the spouse of the sibling of one of your parents, there is no relationship as you do not share a common ancestor.
A grandson has a right to live in your mother's intestate house depending on the the intestate succession laws of your state.
You could get a DNA test of your mother and father and compare it to your sibling to see if they are also his/her parents.
If the property was transferred before death, it's over. There isn't anything you can do about it so don't even think about it any more.
No. They are not covered under the FMLA. But your actual parents would be, but never a sibling or a sibling-in-law.
his father was Martin Cortes De Monroy and his mother was Catalina Pizarro Altamarino. He had no siblings.
A sibling that is not "Half" or "Step". A sibling that shares the exact same mother and father as you.
Actually anyone can still come buy it, mother or father could still inherit it also.
No. An uncle is not your sibling. Brothers and sisters are siblings. An uncle could be the sibling of your mother or father.
A half sibling is a brother or sister who has one parent in common with you (eg: you both have the same mother, but different fathers). A step-sibling is a sibling who is related to you only by marriage of parents. In other words, your mother or father marries somebody else who already has children. Those children would become your step-siblings, since there is no mother or father in common between you and them.
A sibling with the same mother and father as others.
A full sibling (full brother or full sister), is a sibling that shares both biological or adoptive parents. A half sibling (half brother or half sister) is a sibling with one shared biological or adoptive parent. A half sibling that shares the same mother (but different fathers) is known as a uterine sibling, whereas one that shares the same father is known as an agnate sibling. In law, the term consanguine is used in place of agnate. Half siblings can have a wide variety of interpersonal relationships, from a bond as close as any full siblings, to total strangers.
Oprah Winfrey doesn't have any siblings, (by the same parents) she was born to unwed teenage parents. Her parents never got married and I don't know if the Mother or Father had any more children.
Half sibling, because Cronus is Chiron's father but his mother is Philyra the nymph and not Rhea the Titan who is Zeus's mother.
Your half sibling has either the same mother or the same father that you have, but not both.
Generally, if the decedent was not married and had no children the parents are the legal heirs in an intestate estate. You can check the laws of intestacy in your state at the related question link provided below.
No, Mother Teresa was the youngest of the children.
Not necessarily since blood type is a result of inherited genes from both parents and a sibling can have a different set of blood genotypes from these parents.
Well, Before Gaia came to be there was Chaos. Chaos was black nothingness then suddenly there was Gaia the mother eath.
You can inherit property from your mother-in-law if she mentions you in her will by leaving a gift. If she dies intestate, or without a will, you are not her legal heir.
Is formed when the father and mother has died and a an older sibling takes a the responsibility of their relative child or children
His Family members where girolamo (his only brother/sibling) and his parents named Alessandro Verrazzano (Father) and Famella Cappella (Mother).
In an intestate estate there is no will. Click on the link provided below for the rules of intestacy in your state. Choose your state then choose "Read the Law".