- 1 Is the executor of a Will entitled to anything?
- 2 Who is the executor of my mother’s estate?
- 3 How is sister who is executor is being deceitful?
- 4 Can a beneficiary remove an executor from an estate?
- 5 Can a person sign an estate on behalf of another person?
- 6 Can a sister be the executor of an estate?
- 7 Why did my sister take over my mother’s estate?
- 8 How can I get my Sister out of my mother’s will?
- 9 Who is the benificiary of my deceased sister’s estate?
Is the executor of a Will entitled to anything?
The simple answer is that, either through specific will provisions or applicable state law, an executor is usually entitled to receive compensation. The amount varies depending on the situation, but the executor is always paid out of the probate estate.
Who is the executor of my mother’s estate?
My sister inherited the all of the real estate (her name is on the property) where she lived with my mother and she is contently lying about how much money she has taken out of the IRA account, the cost of the mortgage ( she doubled the price) and whether or not our Mother has any bank accounts and the amount of money in them.
How is sister who is executor is being deceitful?
My sister has gone from being angry screaming I dont trust them to the next day crying saying she has been carrying the load for years in the family. Then now they are saying they need to keep that money to pay taxes next year on the money we received. I mostly hate the manipulation and deceit they are displaying.
Can a beneficiary remove an executor from an estate?
If an heir or beneficiary believes you are not appropriately fulfilling your legal obligations, they have the right to file a petition with the probate court to get a full accounting of the estate’s assets or to have you removed as the executor.
Can a person sign an estate on behalf of another person?
No one else can sign it on their behalf, and the estate will be managed in accordance with that state’s laws of intestate succession. Take action to manage the estate prior to being appointed as executor by the court To fill out the petition for probate, you may have to do some basic analysis to determine what’s in the estate.
Can a sister be the executor of an estate?
Your sister is not a good steward to oversee the will. The executor has to provide a summary statement to all beneficiaries of how the estate was handled. Each state has regulations on the percentage of the estate an executor can be paid for performing their duites.
Why did my sister take over my mother’s estate?
Your sister appears to have overstepped her role as executor, and views it as a free license to do as she pleases, and lord it over the rest of you. She is beholden to the laws of her state where your mother died, and must act accordingly.
How can I get my Sister out of my mother’s will?
Speak to your sister and tell her that she cannot simply claim assets as her own because she is executor. Seek legal advice, in the meantime. Given what you say, there may be grounds to remove her as executor of your mother’s will or, at the very least, force her to comply with her fiduciary duties.
Who is the benificiary of my deceased sister’s estate?
I sensed they were hiding something and I called the bank only to find out I am the benificiary 100 percent. I called them on it and since then they have tried every tactic to justify it including telling me they have rights to it, they deserve it.