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  1. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Transferring Deceased's Car

    You don't need to wait 6-9 months, simply sell her the car for $1.00 & have her insure & register the car in her name. Do not use the car while it is registered & insured under the decedent's name.
  2. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Waiving My Rights to My Brother As Rep

    I didn't read it all but he want's you to renounce your rights so he can be the PR (executor) of the estate, that's the line regarding fiduciary. Is that the complete inventory of the estate; a house...
  3. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Should Probate Be Closed Before Sell of Real Estate

    Don't sign off on anything until you get to see all documents; that includes what your sister presented to the court. She has to present a formal accounting of the estate to the beneficiaries which...
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Inheriting House with Mortgage

    Why do you feel your siblings bear the loss of the balance of 90k that you borrowed & owe? Then you want another 10k on top of the 90k you received as a loan. Using your logic or lack of; OP ends up...
  5. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Father Passed No Will Found

    Any chance that the will was written by an attorney & his name is in the checkbook?
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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: Giving Up Executor Rights

    In NJ, having a will does not require a surety bond even if property is included. Does brother expect to handle & charge a fee for each probate? There's a reason he want's to be sole executor & most...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Probate of a House with a Lien Attached

    Home Equity Lines of Credit typically have a due date for full amount (usually 10 years).You mentioned mom & dad signed but that doesn't mean 50k was advanced to them. If there is a balance due, I...
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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: Last Tax Return for an Estate

    Thanks for the replies, i'll post the results of what can be done, hopefully we can close it this tax season.
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    Probate Court Procedure: Filing the Last Tax Return for an Estate

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: N.J.
    I am about to close out an estate that began in Nov 2013 & basically have the tax returns left to file. The house was entered into...
  10. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Payment from an Estate to an Heir's "Estate Of" Account

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: NJ
    I am finally at the point of closing an estate account of my brother, just waiting on tax waivers. The next of kin (only beneficiaries)...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Is a House Appraisal Required by Law

    I'm doing 90% myself, having done 4 previous ones including a very complex one that was done in 11 months, this one looked much simpler. The house had a Home Equity loan & for $112.00 late payment...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Is a House Appraisal Required by Law

    It's very easy to get ahead of ourselves, you never know what issues can hold things up. I am trying to close an estate from Nov 2013, today is 15 months since I opened probate for my brother's...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Is a House Appraisal Required by Law

    When did he pass away? The average estate process in NJ is about 1 year.
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Is a House Appraisal Required by Law

    Has an estate return been filed with the state of NJ yet? The state needs to furnish tax waivers to release funds in full. You mention 2 months but the tax dept is slow, I sent an estate return last...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Is a House Appraisal Required by Law

    Don't rely on Zillow, you can look up the assessed value by town online & should have an real estate appraiser give you an appraisal of a more accurate value. When the declared value is listed on any...
  16. Closings and Escrow: Re: Completing a Sale of House

    Thanks to those who provided their input, I finally closed on the house on 1/7/15, 83 days from offer to closing. The title company is holding $1500.00 until I get the NJ Tax waiver for the house....
  17. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Who Inherits Personal Property when There is No Will

    This link shows intestate succession for NJ. If the "assets form" you speak of is to present to the surrogates court for an inventory; they don't need a fully itemized list, just an estimated value...
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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: What is the Bond Based on for the Estate

    The bond should reflect the value being probated, if for example there's a life insurance policy for 25k, that doesn't need to be probated & doesn't require bonding. Was there a will? Often a will...
  19. Closings and Escrow: Re: Completing a Sale of House

    That was done, I was informed today by my agent that closing was to be by the 23rd but my attorney wasn't aware of this. Seems like the details to close between attorneys are not being communicated...
  20. Closings and Escrow: Re: Completing a Sale of House

    I don't see any penalties, just a list of: items staying, closing date etc, nothing about the date itself.
  21. Closings and Escrow: How Long Does it Take for a Real Estate Sale to Close

    My question involves a mortgage in the state of: NJ
    I am selling my brothers house & offer was accepted in mid October, on 10/30 it was out of attorney review with 45 days allowed to allow buyers to...
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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: Force Sale of a House

    In NJ, without a will or a named beneficiary, all of the assets pass to the spouse. The house will transfer to her name only. Unless you are a named beneficiary on a life insurance, bank account etc...
  23. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Can You Compel a Sibling to Approve a Small Estate Distribution

    What exactly is it that your brother wants regarding the furniture? 50% of the $3500.00? Since you each own 1/2 it's value wouldn't funds from the life ins proceeds be enough for you to buy out his...
  24. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Lost Beneficiary Form

    I have noticed that some statements from a retirement plan lists a named beneficiary on end of year tax statements. The company she worked for didn't forward the beneficiary forms to the ins or the...
  25. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Obtaining a Copy of a Will from Attorney Who Drew It Up

    In New York, wills are public record; go to the surrogates where her estate was probated & ask to see the filing on record.
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