He wants to take his name off of the deed so I can be 100% titled to house.(He is moving) Can this be accomplished with a quit claim deed? What would be the correct steps to take? Thank you in advance.
Back story - I called the cops about a man threatening me with a gun in Tampa fl . I waited outside in my friends car. The police approached me and instantly the male officer began harassing me and charged me with dui and took me to jail . They dropped the charges after viewing the body cam because... Read more »
I believe the term you're looking for is "nulo contendre". It is "law Latin", meaning "no contest"; essentially the same as a plea of guilty. But if the charges were dropped, it doesn't make sense that you would have entered such a plea.
I'm in the process of buying a land plot. And the Seller is requesting that I sign a Warranty Deed to him in the event of a default. But the Warranty Deed doesn't include any language about it only being valid in the event of a default. Should the Real Estate Agreement, which specifies... Read more »
There was a problem in our park on New Years where my husband was trying to break up a fight with some residents, those residents turned against us and made reports to management that just was not true. Now they are serving us with a non-renewal. We own our home but rent the lot. We feel... Read more »
Having been accused of violence in the course of breaking up a fight doesn't sound like discrimination on the basis of being in a suspect category (race, etc.). So, unless the mobile home park's agreement proves otherwise, they can get rid of you.
There was an auto accident in our HOA. A resident (not me) hit a person on a bicycle. Our security company, under contract, is supposed to ask for ID for any person coming in the community day or night and any guest must be authorized by a resident to come in. We also have a sign that says no... Read more »
State trooper cited me for unlawful towing & the driver that hit me was cited for carless operation. No injuries for anyone involved. Court date is March 22 in St. Charles Parish. Accident occurred on I-10 east bound in Louisiana.
I have been employed with this employer for 8 years, and recently went back to school and graduated within that time period, which my employer paid for. There was verbal discussions about repayment with nothing specific ever discussed or agreed to verbally and no contracts were drafted or signed.... Read more »
Florida doesn't have income taxes. The U.S. government does. I suggest you go to irs.gov, download a form 1040, and the instructions for that form. After reviewing those documents, you should have a better idea of how income tax works.
I filed a Small Claims suit against my ex to pay half of shared $8,000 debt as specified in our divorce settlement. Ex has grievances on issues including child care and holidays, also specified in the divorce decree, and has engaged an attorney to represent her at Small Claims court. Can they... Read more »
I'm guessing you want to know how much she makes a year, not for her to actually pay it to you. You engage in discovery by serving her with a request for production or interrogatories, or scheduling her deposition.
The accident occurred due to negligence on their part. I had to go to the ER and get tests done. The person than handles billing at the hospital recommended we put the company’s name as the payer, and to not put my insurance on file, so they wouldn’t go after that. She said we’ll get a bill... Read more »
My mother decided to take it upon herself to buy a purebred Great Pyrenees (huge dog) and ship it to my house for my family. The dogs papers have my moms name on it and a lot of agreements, one which is to never give the animal to a rescue. I cannot afford this animal at all and when I told my... Read more »
You are not a party to the contract with the seller which your mother signed. Thus, you are not bound by the terms of the contract and don't owe whatever your mother may still owe. And she gave it to you; it's yours to do with as you please.
The paralegal emailed me two months ago that she was going to get approval to file a motion. Nothing was filed. No response to several follow up emails sent, and I left a voicemail almost two weeks ago, no response. Then I emailed the actual attorney informing them of all of the emails and the... Read more »
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