Who receives your deceased father's share of your deceased grandmother's estate when he was left her house in the state of Oklahoma?
If your father was left the house of your grandmother and he is now deceased then the house is included in his estate and the heirs of his estate are entitled to their share of the residues left after exection of the will
What rights do you have if you have resided on your deceased fathers land for twelve years with his permission can you claim this property as your share of his estate?
Does biological children have rights to deceased fathers assetts if the step mother is power of attorney?
If a father that is not married to mother of his children take and keep children without permission in the state of Oklahoma and what can be done if this happens?
Can wrongful death insurance settlement paid to surviving daughter be used to pay deceased fathers debt?
If a beneficiary passes before his deceased father will his wife and children receive his portion of fathers trust fund?
Does biological children have rights to deceased fathers assets if the step mother is power of attorney?
If your father is not yet deceased - unless he chooses to disclose this information to you there is no way you can find out what it contains. It is not a 'public' document and does not need to be filed in order to 'validate' it...., at least not while he is still living. If your father is deceased, the will should have been presented to the court for probate. Once in court it becomes…
"Teh" differences between a great-grad father and a great grand father are as follows: a) grad fathers are fathers who watch you graduate or significantly help you graduate, hence the name GRAD father. A great grad-father therefore is someone who did a particularly good job of helping you graduate. b) grand fathers are fathers who are simply grand, not to be confused with grandfathers (one word) who are actually your fathers' fathers. Or, if you…
If the deceased parent left funds either money or life insurance to pay the cost of their funeral, then it would be the deceased. They are still you're parent, so the adult child should pay, that is the moral stance. However, legally, the children do not have the funds to pay for the funeral, then they can ask the government for help. Most governments usually will provide for the cost of a basic funeral for…
Tracy Daugherty has written: 'Hiding Man' -- subject(s): Postmodernism (Literature), American Authors, Biography 'Desire provoked' -- subject(s): Protected DAISY 'The boy orator' -- subject(s): Fiction, Oklahoma in fiction, Fathers and sons in fiction, Socialists, Fathers and sons, Socialists in fiction