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What were the names of the three heirs to the estate of the deceased man?
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What were the names of the three girls who were the heirs to the estate of the deceased man?
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If five siblings are left 40 percent of estate and three siblings are deceased who gets the balance when there is no mention of the three deceased heirs or per capita?
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If there are four heirs and three want to sell can they?
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What is the premise of The Westing Game?
The novel "The Westing Game" (1979) was written by Ellen Raskin, and involves a series of clues that determine the awarding of a deceased man's estate. The 16 heirs try to find out who killed old man Westing, but it turns out he never died : he was disguised as three of the heirs. However, he later actually dies from a heart attack, and his estate goes to "Turtle" Wexler. The three people he was disguised as were Barney, Sandy, and Julian.
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What did the duke and king receive from the deceased mans estate?
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How to divide estate if one of three heirs is dead?
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How do you divide an estate when two of three heirs owe money to the estate?
The value of the estate, which includes the debts owed to it as well as the debts the estate owes, is divided up into three parts. The amount those that owe the estate money receive is off-set against the debt. If there are more debts owed by the estate then it is worth, those owing money will have to pay it to the estate.
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Who does Caesar bequeath his will?
In huckleberry Finn story What did the girls receive from the deceased man's estate?
How is property divided when it is not held as Joint Tenants by three people and one of the owners die?
Property that is individually owned passes to the owner's heirs under their last will or according to the state laws of intestacy if there is no will. When a person dies owning an interest in real estate their estate must be probated in order for legal title to pass to their heirs. In this case, the decedent's one-third interest would pass to their heirs.
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What is the legal definition of per stirpes?
Per stirpes means that an estate is divided between beneficiaries according to their deceased ancestor's share. For example, if a mother left her estate to her three daughters to share and share alike 'per stirpes' and one daughter predeceased her, the deceased daughter's share would pass to her own children. No share of the estate would be set aside for the deceased child who had no children. The purpose of devising property per stirpes is to not leave out grandchildren or great-grandchildren merely because their ancestor (the child of the testator) has died. On the other hand, if a mother left her estate to her three daughters per capita and one daughter predeceased her, that daughter's share would pass to her surviving siblings.
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Batchlor dies and has three sisters who is his next of kin?
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How many children did William Shakespeare have and how many male heirs did they leave?
Asked in Probate
How long does it take to divide the estate among heirs?
This depends on the estate, the jurisdiction (what state) and the executor. In my mother's estate, there were three releases sent to the heirs. The final release had to wait for the "Tax audit release" proving that the Canadian feds weren't going to audit her taxes. That took sixteen months. But the executor cut the first check at just under two weeks. Officially nothing should be distributed until the tax people are finished. The executor might have to make up the lost funds to the government.
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If you inherited land from your parents and it started out with 10 children but three have died do the children of the ones that died inherit the deceased brother or sister's portion of the land?
It will depend on how the land was divided in the original inheritence. If it was left to the ten children as tenants in common, each of them have equal rights in the property. On one of their deaths, their share in the property would go into their estate and then to their heirs. In this case, it would go to the children of the deceased. If they were joint tenants, the last of the ten children to survive would get full title to the property and the children of the original inheritor would get nothing.
Asked in Estates, Deeds and Ownership
Heirs cannot agree one will not let other two have key to house or even let them in the house what are the other two's rights?
An estate that passes ownership to real estate must be probated in order for legal title to pass to the heirs. In the case of inherited real property, all the co-owners have the right to the use and possession of the whole property unless a different arrangement is set forth in the will. In your case, the estate must be probated. You must consult with an attorney who specializes in probate law in your jurisdiction who can file a probate so title will be legally vested in the heirs. Once the probate has been filed the three heirs will share legal ownership equally. If one heir desires to keep the others out, she must purchase their interest in the property. Otherwise all the co-owners have the right to the use and possession of the property and must be allowed entry.
The probate of my father's estate has been completed. The house is now owned by my three siblings and myself. Does the executor still have control over rental or sale of the house?
This would depend on whether the executor has left the property in your fathers name or if it has been transferred into your names. In the United States No. Generally, equitable title to real property passes automatically to the heirs. In most states, the estate must be probated in order to perfect legal title in the heirs. Since the debts of the decedent must be paid before any property has been distributed there is always the possibility the real estate must be sold to pay debts. An executor can sell real estate only if they have been granted that power in the will or if a license to sell has been issued by a court. Once the probate process is concluded (after debts and taxes have been paid) the executor has no authority over the real estate. Record title does not need to be transferred to the heirs since probate is part of the public record of real property ownership. The property now belongs to you and your siblings. However, you can arrange to have a deed drafted in your own names. State probate laws vary. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate laws in your jurisdiction.
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What were the three estates in the French Revolution?
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Name the three classes in France prior to the French Revolution?