marie alford

This is a discussion on marie alford within the Wills, Trusts and Estates Questions forums, part of the Legal Questions & Answers Forum category; my x husband whom i was married to for 6yrs, died in august26 2012. we lived together for years b4 his death. his family says his will was changed as ...

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    my x husband whom i was married to for 6yrs, died in august26 2012. we lived together for years b4 his death. his family says his will was changed as they changed the excutor of his will or living will he made, his son told me everything went to him & others i was to get 2 items..a jacket i bought him,and a jukebox..his son & wife came and turn the car of the deceased.saying everything was left to the son.but they called me asking do i want the car if i did they'd keep the jukebox.i agreed but they havent signed the title as they say its in probate for some reason? the plates xepire on dec 27th as it is nov 23 2012 i cant get plates or insurance n my name as his son has not gotten the paperwork from SMV. I have called several times no answer please help me as i'm handicapped and its hard to do this with winter approaching.I dont know what to do as the family will not cooperate with me.


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    Most states allow transfer of ownership of a car without going through probate. Contact your state's department of motor vehicles and get the appropriate forms and affidavits and get them signed by the executor. If you track down the proper forms, that keeps them from having to do all the legwork and they are more likely to sign them.
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