.363 a. Carteret County, NC, house $10,669, land value $246,017. 4 siblings inherited land from their parents. The 4 live in Moore County, NC. No one lives in house. It has been damaged over the years by storms as it is located on Bogue Sound.
Without being able to read your trust documents I can't tell you what your options are. My advice is that you take a copy of the trust documents to a local lawyer and have them review them. Generally, a part-owner is not allowed to evict another part-owner, however, since the owner is actually...Read more »
My will covers all of my assets and is not very complex, but the investment company that manages my IRA account has a beneficiary form which doesn't allow the same amount of detail. Upon my death, is it likely that there will be financial, e.g. tax, implications if no beneficiary designation... Read more »
What would the consequences be for lying about their income to qualify for a place to live, as long as they didn't miss any rent payments going forward. In this situation they don't have any beneficiary that could co-sign the lease.
Probably the worst that could happen is that the misrepresentation is a breach of the lease and they can be evicted. From there it depends on the lease terms, potentially having to pay court costs and attorney fees.
We were supposed to close March 10, then he delayed to March 31, then again to April 6, 9th, 16, and now may 10. We signed the possession before closing and we paid him $2000 for that month of rent his contract never stated rent afterwards and we would have paid had he asked or it had been in a... Read more »
Without reviewing your contract no lawyer will be able to advise you on whether or not you have a case. You likely have one of two cases here. The first demand performance under the contract (sell you the house) and the second unjust enrichment, for the $30,000 you spent on the kitchen. Take all...Read more »
The co-owner now wants me to sign a quit claim and give her the house with no remuneration. She is in ill health and needs the money and wants to sell but not split the $. I have refused. I currently live in this house with my wife. Is there anything she can do to legally force me out of this house... Read more »
While Mr. Stanger's answer is specific to California, the law is not that much different in NC. A partition motion can be filed and a court can force a sale, likely you would get 50% of the proceeds but potentially more or less. Should a partition motion be filed it is in your best interest to...Read more »
Most lawyers charge around $100 for traffic matters, a lawyer can likely get this reduced to a charge of improper equipment depending on your record. Should you hire a lawyer you will likely not have to go to court.
I received a speeding ticket in December going 22 miles over and I haven't been able to call a lawyer because the times I am off work, their business hours are closed. I have a little more than a month left before the court date in June.
The court appointed administrator has not processed the vehicles listed in the estate with the NCDMV. The heirs do not have legal authority to settle the vehicles. They do have ownership of the tract of land and have a contract to sell the land.
You need to talk to the administrator, it is their responsibility to transfer ownership of the vehicles to the heirs. If you do not want to go through the hassle you can leave them there and let the new owner deal with the problem.
I know you have to live apart for a year to file for a divorce and live apart to file for custody of children. I’ve been trying for over a year to find someplace to move to, but because of the size of my family no one wants to rent to us, so I’m trying to buy a house but because I’m still... Read more »
We were living in MN and moving to NC when my husband passed away in WI, eight months ago . We didn't have a will and before we could transfer the MN vehicle's to NC he passed away. We no longer have a MN address and our permanent address is in NC. North Carolina said I need MN to tell... Read more »
You and your husband likely became domiciled in NC when you left MN. As such your need to open a probate in NC, you do this by talking to the clerk's office in the county you intended on living in. Once you accomplish this you can transfer the titles to your name. You will have to notify any...Read more »
Talk to the clerk of the county in which you are handling the closing, tell them you need to transcribe the will over to the other county. They will know what you are talking about and help you through the process.
We have lived in our current home for 6 years, recently an acre of our property has been leased out to another party for their horse. We didn't find out intil there were already fence posts in, when asked, the people putting up the fence said that our landlady was leasing the property to them... Read more »
depends on what they are trying to evict you for, the only evictions that cannot happen right now are for non-payment of rent or fees. If they are evicting you based on the theory that your lease term expired then yes you can be evicted.
My grandmother wants to sign over her home to me that is paid for but she wants my husband and I to agree to a postnuptial agreement before she does so because she would not want my husband to touch it in the future. She said she would have to agree to what the postnuptial insisted of exactly... Read more »
You can do a postnuptial if that is what your grandmother requires, or during the conveyance of the property your spouse can join your grandmother and waive all spousal rights to the property. But if those are your grandmother's conditions you can't force her to give you the property....Read more »
Lowes sent an unlicensed installer to our house to rip out and install new kitchen cabinets and hood vent system. Various breaches of contract including massively subpar work, theft from our home, dangerous living conditions, multiple violations of code, all needs be ripped out and start over . It... Read more »
Depends on the will or lack thereof, also you are the HCPOA but is there a durable POA also in place for your mother? You probably need to take all your documents to a local attorney and get a more tailored opinion.
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