TN Law is that marital property shall be distributed without regard to marital fault. If you had a trial, it might have made a difference if alot of money was spent on the kid. Arguably it was a disipation of property, but could be interpreted as properly spent. If the Decree is less than a...Read more »
Are you an owner? If not then the husband can sell what is his. Even if you are, he can still convey his interest. Many grantees will want a spouse to convey also because of possible homestead rights, but it is NOT legally required (despite what title insurance companies claim).
The medical records release is for every medical provider you know about, and should include any other medical provider the defense wants to contact. Do not put restrictions on the Release of any type and give multiple addresses if needed for each
You will have to hire a competent OK attorney to examine the instrument and give you his opinion of Title. A Title Search may be in order. Without knowing the granting language, derivation of title clause, the habendum clause, and possibly the legal description, your questions cannot be...Read more »
It can be very difficult. There is a civil penalty Statute for failure to release a lien, but lapse of time is inapplicable. You can request the creditor to release or file suit to have the issuing Court declare it released. Slander of Title actions usually violate the SOL.
You should have refused the sample and filed a Motion To Quash the Subpoena. Do you have an attorney? If so, hire another one fast. The Search Warrant needs a Motion For Suppression. You are being far too cooperative. Just because you will probably lose both Motions does not excuse your...Read more »
Some necessities and medical bills can be asserted against the surviving Spouse. But if no Probate Administration, it will be difficult for the Creditor even find a Defendant to serve. If the Decedent had real property, a Judgment Lien could be a real problem.
Informed seller that we didnt want any tenants and notified realtors also. They are abligating to sign but the property is not available to move in. Seller will not amend this and will be incommunicado for 4 -6 weeks. We need to know what we can do.
Read your Contract verbatim. It may be worth the risk to walk away from it. Or you may want to purchase then file a Detainer Warrant. Consult with a competent attorney. The Grantee takes subject to the right of possession of the occupant, which may be a breach of warranty by the Grantor. But...Read more »
There are a nephew and niece who had preceded their parents. They have been estranged for decades from the the brothers. Nephew wants his 1/4. Niece just had her accountant by email saying the niece "wants no communication with the entire family. "I emailed back saying I asked the... Read more »
It sounds like an Action for a Sale For Partition is in order. Once Heirship is determined, one or more Heirs should file the Action against the others. Hire a competent PA attorney that knows real property litigation. Hopefully the lawyer can be paid through sale proceeds. In this case,...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to represent you. That charge is worse than many Felonies. Do not make any more statements on a public forum or to LEOs. Do not contact the alleged Victim in any manner. Hopefully it will be Dismissed or Diverted, then
Hire a competent PA attorney to advise and draft a Deed. A simple Joint Life Estates/Remainder Deed might be appropriate here. Or a very good lawyer could specify Executory Interests, Conditions or even a Reverter, granting and habendum clauses. Remember the executed Deed takes effect now, not...Read more »
I am the clerk of Zion Hill Baptist Church, located in Georgia. Back in February 2021, the pastor, who lives in Alabama, called the Superior Court clerk's office, in Ga., and asked that a copy of the deed be mailed to him in Alabama. There are only (2) living deacons left in our church, but... Read more »
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