Please go to: www.Google.com Type in: What is a Universal Will in the State of ____________________. You'll find all your answers there. Good luck Marcy * There is not such a thing as a "universal will" relating to a person dying intestate. The action pertaining to such circumstances is known as state probate succession law. Such laws establish which assets and property are exempted from probate procedure and how any remaining assets and/or property should be distributed after debts and taxes, probate costs, etc, are paid.
State laws vary widely in the United States but in almost every state the biological parent has sole rights to custody of the child. If a custodial parent dies the surviving natural parent will normally be granted custody of the child.
no they don't
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No it does not, not in any state.
Yes, they do.
A parent may leave one child who has been of extraordinary help and comfort a greater share of their estate by will. However, if the parent dies intestate, as often happens, then the property will pass according to the laws of intestacy in your parent's state. You may check the laws for your state at the link below.
When someone dies and leaves a will, it does not always state who has power of attorney. To gain power of attorney, one would need to complete a form, naming the person they wish to pass power of attorney to.
United States State laws vary widely in the United States but in almost every state the biological parent has sole rights to custody of the child. If a custodial parent dies the surviving natural parent will normally be granted custody of the child unless they have already been deemed an unfit parent, parental priviledges have been terminated by the Court or the natural parent has terminated parental rights through stipulation.
State laws vary regarding this type of situation. You need to consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who could review the situation and explain your options, if any. That attorney should be one who specializes in probate.
This area is governed by State law, but, in general, an adult child might be entitled to a share of the estate only when the last parent has died and did not leave a will.
the animal will be confused as to where the parent is but over time will get used to not having a parent
These plants go in a state of temporary dormancy, and when favorable condition of growth comes they start growing again with new leaves.
not if you have death insurance on the loan and credit cards
Then the other parent has to take care of the nest.
A true daemon process is disconnected from its parent, so it won't receive a kill signal if the parent dies. It becomes an independent entity after startup.
If the children of the deceased are unable or unwilling to pay for the funeral then the state will pay for an indigent burial.
what happens if a parent dies and he still owes arreaers in child support? Is his current wife responsible for this debt?
In the United States when the custodial parent dies, the non-custodial parent automatically gains custody unless they've been deemed unfit.
everything dies! Not everything dies, only the leaves the tree will survive unless you cut it down
The court will then appoint a new custodial parent.
Please answer the question: If a trust fund is set up to look after an aging parent what happens to the balanc of the trust frun onc the parent dies?
This is a legal question - and the law varies from state to state and country to country. It would be impossible even for a lawyer to answer this question unless you state where the deceased lived.