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03-11-2014 10:48 #11Senior Member
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03-11-2014 10:56 #12
Oh hon, no advice for you, but sending lots of and strength to get through. I am so sorry for your loss.
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03-11-2014 11:02 #13
I am no help on the legal side but I just couldnt read without replying, I am so very sorry for your loss xo
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03-11-2014 11:05 #14
I'm so sorry to hear xx
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03-11-2014 11:09 #15
I also don't have practical advice, but my heart goes out to you. I can't imagine how devastating it must be for you
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03-11-2014 11:42 #16Senior Member
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I don't have any advice but couldn't read this and not post, I am so sorry for your loss
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03-11-2014 12:09 #17
im so sorry for your loss. please seek some legal advice because I sure there are different laws in different states. I hope you are able to grieve in peace and not have any legal battles to fight. you will be in my payers. marie.
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03-11-2014 12:34 #18
I'm sorry for your loss and can't imagine what you're going through. Suggest you get legal representation so someone else can take care of that side of things for you, so you can focus on yourself, your child/ren, and deal with the grief.
03-11-2014 12:36 #19
So sorry OP, I'm with the others in saying seek legal advice to ensure you know exactly where everyone stands. The sooner the better by the sounds of the ex. Thinking of you xx
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03-11-2014 13:01 #20
Op States she was with DP 9 years. Their time together is seen by the law as a marriage, and they also have a child together.
Part of the estate will go to his children from the first marriage, some will go to you depending on how long you have been together.
I would advise getting yourself a lawyer who specialises in estate law. It may help any facing about that will come.
Btw, you usually need to lodge the will (or lack thereof) in a probate court, and this can take 6 months. The will is lodged once all beneficiaries are agreed upon, so it is in your best interests to get this sorted as quickly as you can.
My heartfelt condolences to you. I cannot imagine the pain you must be feeling, and then having to deal with potential issues must be overwhelming.
ETA - I left out the bit where your child together is entitled to some of the estate as well. Woops!
Last edited by moongazer; 03-11-2014 at 14:31.
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