May 4, 2017 at 10:07 am #3651
Is there a tax(s) on a 30 K inheritance in Louisiana?
What are the tax consequences on this inheritance and can a forced heir be forced to accept the inheritance?
May 4, 2017 at 2:37 pm #3652
There is no longer an inheritance tax in Louisiana, so no tax consequences.
It would also qualify as a “Small Succession” -so no probate as such would be required.
Nobody can ever be forced to accept an inheritance. If an heir refuses, then it would go to the next closest heir -with lots of exceptions and depending on whether there is a will.
May 9, 2017 at 6:19 pm #3657
Thank you Lex.
This inheritance is due to being 21 at the time his father died. The reason the heir refuses the settlement is because he feels if he does not accept it now, he would be entitled to the estate his mother will leave behind. The mother is trying to get this payment out of the way since their relationship is very rocky.
No, this person isn’t disabled and is over 24 years of age at this time. Incidentally his mother does have a will.
May 9, 2017 at 10:11 pm #3658
It seems to me this would result in an interesting turn of events.
He can certainly decline whatever he might be entitled to as a forced heir from his father’s estate.
However, since he would no longer be a forced heir when his mother dies, the end result is that he would get nothing from either parent. That is, assuming the mother leaves him nothing in her will. If that is what she wants since the relationship is strained, she would have the last laugh.
August 23, 2017 at 11:42 am #3742
Old man of the seaParticipant
There was no mention of a Will executed by his Father that described the 30K inheritance…And if in that Will his Mother had full Usury of the estate.
If in fact his Father had a Will and the Will stated he would inherit 30K, or if the 30K is based solely on the fact that he was 21 when his Father died and his Mother’s Will excludes him, then he most certainly should accept the 30K, and demand it now.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.