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1 inherited property on Thu Feb 03, 2011 4:38 am

amgc


Arresto Menor
my mother-in-law died last december.

my husband (gambler/addicted to drugs) is the only legal heir of the following:

* lot
* sss benefits
* insurance
* other properties

we're married and have 3 kids. i'm afraid that these will all be gone because of his addictions.

will all these properties be a conjugal property?
what action can be done to avoid lost?

Thanks and regards!

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2 Re: inherited property on Fri Feb 04, 2011 12:32 pm

attyLLL


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no, this will not be considered conjugal property but separate property of your husband.

has the estate been settled? have you paid inheritance taxes?

what is the state of your husband? is it possible to have his placed in a facility for drug rehabilitation?

you can apply to be his guardian and be administrator of his properties.


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3 Re: inherited property on Thu Feb 10, 2011 6:41 am

amgc


Arresto Menor
Thank you!
I have follow up questions:

A.
has the estate been settled?
do you mean, if it's fully paid?

1st lot - is under my mother-in-laws name. already fully paid (1989)
- How can we transfer the title to my husband's name? (requirements)
- Can both our names be reflected in the title? (my husband already agrees about this)

2nd lot - is still under the seller's name. already fully paid (1994)
- How can we transfer the title to my husband's name? (requirements)
- Can both our names be reflected in the title? (my husband already agrees about this)

have you paid inheritance taxes?
- No, we haven't paid inheritance taxes.

my husband is in the province, with our 2 sons. he's aware of his faults. we already talked about rehabilitation but he doesn't want to because of lack of resources.

B.

for SSS death claim, my mother-in-law (married with the father (dead) of my husband with MC) but declared single in SSS.

had a live-in partner since 1998 (claiming that they were married in 2009 was not registed).

they adopted a boy but they falsify the birth certificate (mother-in-law's name appear in the BC). No legal adoption papers.

Will my husband be the only beneficiary for the DEATH CLAIM?

my mother-in-law declared that she is single but dependents are my husband and the adopted child, SSS questioned the BC of the adopted child bec. the age of my mother in is 45 y/o in the BC. SSS told us that the adopted child will not get pension since they have falsify the BC.

Thanks again! Very Happy

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4 Re: inherited property on Fri Feb 11, 2011 9:04 am

attyLLL


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no, i mean whether the heirs have executed an extrajudicial settlement of estate and taxes have already been paid. this has to be done so that the properties can be transferred.

if the sss denied the claim regarding the other child, then it's up to him to claim it.


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