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Probate estate and trust questions regarding California and Arizona estates.

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I've been practicing real estate, probate estate and trust law in California since 1985 and in Arizona since 2005. I do NOT do homework questions. I am unable to advise on questions involving the laws of other states.

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Arizona and California State Bar Associations and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Business degree from the University of New Mexico Juris Doctorate from Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, CA

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Recent Answers from LEE HORNER ESQ.

2017-04-01 Will question / Followup:

I don't recall unclaimed property being in play -- when it's held by the state they have a claim procedure and you should be able to get the claim form on line.  Was the will signed and witnessed?  If

2017-03-27 Will question:

Amended answer:  things have changed in Texas and they have regular probate court proceedings.  I would suggest you retain a Texas attorney in the county where the decedent lived; he or she can answer

2017-01-04 title transfer:

Keep in mind the will can be changed at any time while your dad is alive and your siblings may encourage that.   This is a bit out of my area but let me suggest you contact your county elder abuse people

2017-01-03 title transfer:

Yes - exactly what I was looking for.  Your parents held the property as "tenancy by the entireties" which is a concept I can't tell you much about except that it's just for married people.    What you

2017-01-03 title transfer:

First thing get a copy of his deed and see how title reads as to him and your mom. Joint tenants maybe?  Send me a follow up question with that info and we can go from there.

 

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