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 Can one beneficiary sign a disclaimer and go to her siblings?

Answer Being an older sister isn't always the best because older siblings are generally expected to be a positive role model for their younger siblings. If you feel you are being unfair and your older sis... Read More »
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If i am listed as the only beneficiary on my mother's IRA will my siblings have to pay income tax when i divide into 3 shares?

Sean John Combs has 3 siblings: Keisha (adopted, an actual 1st cousin); LaTanya (living in Florida) and Keila (N.Y).
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Do all siblings have to sign deed to house being sold in an estate?

No, Texas State Law states that it is prohibited to have employment under the age of 14 unsupervised.But a sibling? that's probably an exception. But im not the governer of Texas, sorry.
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How to Add an Opt Out Disclaimer?

A disclaimer is a written statement that describes certain interests or estates that you agree to give up or refuse to accept, or it is a legal statement that puts forth certain statements. In the ... Read More »
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Conflict of Interest Disclaimer?

Conflicts of interest occur when someone with decision making authority in an organization makes decisions that are against that organization's interests. To avoid these, organizations write confli... Read More »
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