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Re: John T-widow's house deed?

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Tramway guy

10-07-2013 21:20:24

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Pay a lawyer to answer the question for you. Best advice I can give you..there could be tax implications. Also if there are children, might be questions there also.

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10-07-2013 21:44:45

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 Re: John T-widow's house deed? in reply to Tramway guy, 10-07-2013 21:20:24  
4 kids. She didn't say who gets it after she passes.

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John T

10-08-2013 06:37:55

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 Re: John T-widow's house deed? in reply to MSD, 10-07-2013 21:44:45  
If no Will it would pass by the laws of intestate succession and go to all 4 kids equally most likely

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10-08-2013 09:25:01

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 Re: John T-widow's house deed? in reply to John T, 10-08-2013 06:37:55  
My Grandmother had a simple will devid everything equally between all six kids. What a mess one uncle owed the estate some $60,000 or so it took over six months for the judge to decide how to take care of it. Best thing is to just say let the kids devid as they want to then set back and watch the brother died with 3 girls no will they are having fun and have no idea what he owns two large safes with expensive guns. A large collection of glass paper weight some worth over $1000. I told them about the silverware set they their grandmother had the had no idea wher it was.
I'm glad I live up here in Oregon so I don't have to help with the fights.
Funny story one of the girls took his big very expensive travel trailer to a dealer and sold it. She noticed that they didn't account for the 110 power converter under the trailer so she crawled under and took it off. Walt

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John T

10-08-2013 10:21:01

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 Re: John T-widow's house deed? in reply to Waltdavies, 10-08-2013 09:25:01  
Yep when mom or dad pass away, and there's money involved, THEY ALL CRAWL OUT OF THE WOORDWORK AND THE FAMILY FEUD BEGINS LOL I settle estates in my practice and I've seen that so many times, kinda sad.

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10-08-2013 19:33:47

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 Re: John T-widow's house deed? in reply to John T, 10-08-2013 10:21:01  
I have a friend who was married to a woman for over 30 years, she died first leaving him the house and I think 60ac.(still in her and her dead first husbands name) Her and their kids waited the three years after her death and filed against moms estate. He had never put the place in his name,apparently he had three years to do that. He is now paying a mortgage again for the house they paid off twenty years ago. Spend a hundred bucks and see an attorney.

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