Question: If a person dies and does not leave a will, can a family member take over the dead persons home.
Question: How can I set up a FREE Living Will? Do I have to have an attorney to do this?
Question: Will my beneficiaries’ inheritance be taxed?
Question: How will my property be distributed upon my death?
Question: Do I need a will?
Question: What is a living will?
Question: I need info pertaining to my rights power of attorney for my father and how to keep ex-stepmother from getting his pension.
Question: What steps must be taken to obtain a Judicial Determination of Heirs in Arizona?
Question: How does a disclaimer of rights of survivorship in jointly held property work?
Question: What are the duties of a personal representative in probate?
Question: Our living will was updated for the state of California; should it be updated for Arizona since this is our primary residence?
Question: What makes a Will valid in the state of Arizona
Question: Our living TRUST was updated for the state of California; should it be updated for Arizona since this is now our primary residence?
Question: My mother passed away. She does have a will and I was nominated as the executer and trustee. I am the sole beneficiary. She only has a bank account but when the account was setup nobody was on the account but her. no payable unpon death. What is required by the bank for me to access the account to begin paying for her expences? Her will did state that I shoud have immediate access without going through the courts.
Question: What is the difference between a 'living will' and a 'last will and testament' type of will?
Question: How do I begin to file probate if there is no will?
Question: When a person passes away are the outstanging debts,like credit cards passed on to their adult children?
Question: How do i object to a petition for approval of ist account? Conservator has KNOWINGLY left items out of the inventory. This is the 2nd time.
Question: Is there a way to read a will without contacting the surviving spouse and/or immediate family?
Question: My mother passe away and I am the beneficiary of her home according to her will. My name is not on the title of the home. What steps should I take to get the house before it goes into probate?
Question: My father is on his death bed in bullhead city. All past wills have included #1 I want to be buried in the nearest VA cemetary. His current wife of 3 years has paid for a cremation. She has a new will and will not produce it to any of 3 children. She has power of atty. We also believe she requested he be taken off cardiac meds when going into hospice, and believe this was negligent?? When does she need to produce a will?? Please help
Question: How long do family members need to wait to be allowed copies of a Will? Do family members get notices?
Question: I have a Living Trust that has my daughter as the executor. I want to change it to have my granddaughter as the executor however the company that wrote up the trust says my daughter has to be present in order to change the trust. Is there a law that says she must be present?
Question: what does it mean when stated in a will "and hereby revoke any and all wills and Codicils heretofore made by me."
Question: Our former estate lawyer failed to pay for 'records storage' (among which were our wills and trust) and now that we need them because we need to update our trust, the company won't release them to us. How can we get the company to release our papers? We are willing to pay an access fee.
Question: We are told a new law became effective in Jan. which requires changes to the Trust having to do with notifying beneficiaries every year of the amount of the estate and their inheritance. Is it true? The lawyer wants the full price of the trust to amend it. Can I find the law on the Internet? Is it boilerplate and easily done without using that same lawyer? Please direct me. Thank you.
Question: How do I go about preparing and recording a beneficiary deed for my mother's home which is now solely in her name? She wishes to leave her property to my siblings and myself upon her death.
Question: A California court awarded me full legal and physical custody of my daughter after her father hit her. He has been convicted of domestic violence, drug and misc criminal charges. He is supposedly "clean" now and court ordered that he can call my daughter once per week. This is the extent of their relationship. I currently live in Arizona and want to be sure that if something were to happen to me, my sister would have guardianship. My daughter is now 13, does not want to live with him and I strongly believe it is not in her best interest to live with him. She has very close relationship with my sister and my sister would provide stability. Can I "transfer" my custodial rights to my sister and direct that custody not go to my ex or his family in a will?
Question: Does a notorized statement overide a power of attorney
Question: Do you have to file your power of attorney paperwork with the county recorder for it to be legal and final.
Question: The decedent's will is in the office of his former attorney in Arizona. He died as a resident of another state. His final state of residence requires the original will in order to register it. How do I get the original will from the Arizona attorney?
Question: My exhusband and I remained close since our divorce.I spoke to him the day before he died.He stayed in our home and was the only one on the deed etc. He told me the last time we spoke he had mortgage insurance naming me as benificiary. However, he had no wll or named executor so the house is in probate. Most important to me is not the house but my belongings in the house most of which is sentimental. The car I have the title to is gone. Who is it I can call? I don't know who is in control of the house. I hear it is the government but who? I worry about so many things in the home I wish I had.
Question: My sister died in April leaving her estate to 2 foster children. Her personal representative quit in May and no one has assumed control of the estate and he has not turned it over to anyone. I fear the home will go into foreclosure. I would like to have a private fiduciary take over, what do I have to do to make that happen? The foster children are listed as her only heirs, my brothers are furious, can they prevent a private fiduciary from assuming control and force the foreclosure and loss of her estate? I don't have funds to hire a lawyer, how can I get this accomplished?
Question: Is a copy of my trust legal. I lost the original.
Question: How do I file a complaint against a lawyer?