Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Ohio

lien against inheritance

Is it possible to file a lien against a person's inheritance? The inheritance is coming out of Ohio and both the anticipated recipient and myself live in Calif. And if possible how is this done?

Asked on 2/28/04, 11:16 pm

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Frank Rozanc Frank J. Rozanc, Esq.
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Re: lien against inheritance

You must file a claim in the probate cout where the estate is currently pending, and do so ASAP.

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Answered on 3/13/04, 8:50 pm
David Looney David A. Looney Co. LPA
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Re: lien against inheritance

If the person receiving the inheritance owes you money, you can intervene by filing a certain type of action in the estate proceedings to assures that your claim is paid first out of the inherited funds.

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Answered on 2/29/04, 7:02 am

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