The only binding form of post mortem "agreement" for distribution would be a will or a trust that addresses the property in question. Another way might be to include the "surviving siblings" as joint tenants in the deed with reservation of a life estate for the primary occupant (soon to become the decedent of your question), and addressing mineral rights in any specific way you want.
If Monica had any siblings, there is no surviving record of them.
No. In most jurisdictions in the US the siblings would have no standing if the decedent had children as survivors.
King Edward VI and Queen Mary I were her two surviving half-siblings. she had other siblings' half siblings, who died soon after birth, or stillborn.
We have no surviving records that might indicate the names of any siblings Patrick may have had.
1 Check with an atty Hopefully the decedent had a valid will 2 I was told by an atty for my fathers estate that the surviving spouse cannot be excluded from an estate however children can .Some parts of a persons estate will automatically go to the surviving spouse. It all depends on what in in their estate. Real Property , cash insurance stocks bonds etc , and each item is dealt with separately by law in NYS -I was also told that no matter what the will says if all heirs agree on a different settlement and petition the court for such agreement , the court will agree to the amended settlement.For example if there is a surviving spouse and 3 children and one child does not want their share of their inheritance for any reason (say they don't need/want the money for example) they can give their share to the other siblings and the surviving spouse to be shared . If the spouse and siblings agree they can all petition the court and the court will allow the declining child's share to be split up
Mary, Carrie, and Grace were her surviving siblings. She also had a brother Freddy who died in infancy.
No. The estate will be divided according to the Alabama laws of intestate succession. Under Alabama law when there is no surviving spouse the issue of the decedent, if they are all of the same degree of kinship (children) to the decedent they take equally, but if of unequal degree, then those of more remote degree take by representation (children of a predeceased child will take their parent's share and then share it equally amongst themselves). See related link.
If the decedent left no spouse, issue or parents then the siblings would be next in line. You can read the provisions of the intestacy statute of South Carolina at the link provided below.
Since most popes are quite elderly, most do not have surviving family members. Some may still have surviving siblings, however, as does Pope Francis who (as of 2015) has a surviving brother. of course, no pope has a wife or children.
Yes, he did. He had one surviving sister, Maria Anna Mozart, who later became a music teacher. He also had five siblings who died in infancy.
Little is known about Saint Anne's life so it is unknown whether she had any siblings. There are no surviving records that might answer your question.
There were a total of five children in the family but only three survived. She had two surviving siblings, a sister and a brother - Aga and Lazar
The best way to find out for sure is to check the intestacy statutes in your state, and/or consult an estate attorney. Many (if not most) states give divorced spouses no legal rights to the estate of the decedent spouse, whether or not there is a will in place. The law would treat the surviving divorced spouse as though she had predeceased the deceased divorced spouse. If there is no will, then the intestacy statutes will determine who inherits the estate, but it will usually be the direct descendents (e.g. children and grandchildren) if any, followed by surviving parents, then surviving siblings, and so forth.
If St. Anne had any brothers or sisters, there is no surviving historical document showing that.
As of 2011, his last surviving sibling is Jean (1928-).
As of 2011, Jean is his last surviving sibling. She was born in 1928.
All siblings should be listed as joint tenants with the right of survivorship if your desire is that all siblings own the property and that upon death each sibling's interest would automatically pass to the surviving siblings.
Jean Kennedy Smith is the only surviving sibling of John F Kennedy
Of four siblings, the only surviving sibling of Pope Francis is a sister, Maria Elena, who still lives in Argentina.
Adolf Hitler had two surviving siblings: his half-brother Alos Hitler & His sister Paula Wolfe. As a side note to this question, Hitler had two nephews. One was captured at the Eastern Front & executed; the other eventually immigrated to the United States.
Generally, under the laws of intestacy, the siblings would take an equal share in the estate and the children of any sibling who predeceased the decedent. Laws vary from state to state. You can check your state laws of intestacy at the related question link provided below.
No. Laura was the last surviving member of her family, and she died in February of 1957.
Maria Margaretha Josepha was one of Ludwig van Beethoven's sisters who died in infancy (in total 4 of his siblings died soon after birth). His brother Carl and Johann were his only surviving siblings.
** According to Associated Press http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090826/ap_on_go_co/us_kennedy_siblings_glance There were 9 siblings and one survives: Jean Kennedy Smith
If the land is titled as "right of survivorship" then it would mean that at least 2 people are owners of the property and when 1 of them dies the other(s) automatically own the deceased's share of the property.