My mother recently passed away in will county Frankfurt Illinois without a will. Or state is worth less than $100,000 so it does not require probate. We are trying to sell a car to a dear friend of the family for just the remainder left on the loan only to find out that Ally financial bank came in the middle the night and repossessed it. My mother made every payment on time, we sent them a death certificate less than a month after she died. Our friend has enough money to pay for the remaining balance in cash but now Ally financial will not release the car to us unless we have some sort of executorship. Our friend has enough money to pay for the remaining balance in cash but now Ally financial will not release the car to us unless we have some sort of executorship Paperwork. We try to make the last five months of payments but the bank would not except them because we were at the account holder even though we are her adult children. Now I’m worried that the car is probably going to accrue massive storage fees repossession feet etc. The vehicle is worth it twice as much as than what is owed on it. The family friend moved in with my mother I took care of her for the last six years. Now we just want to take care of him. Please help. Why can’t we just go in with cash or certified check for the full amount and be done. Now I’m dealing with the loss of my mother and this bank that hung up on me. And said it wasn’t their problem
1 Answer from Attorneys
See an attorney in your county. Time is of the essence.