Yes, the property can be foreclosed on for an unpaid mortgage no matter who holds title. The note secures the property as payment. You should consult with a mortgage foreclosure defense attorney to make sure the bank is following all of the proper protocols and naming the proper parties. You...Read more »
Hello, I received a trust fund as I turned 18 but, I am having issues gaining access to it. The reason is, my mother wants me to pay large guardian fee and has refused to release the funds or give me information if I do not pay it to her. The only papers that have been written up to release the... Read more »
This is an excellent question that I come across weekly. I've helped many clients with this issue. Since the property is in a condo association, the pipe may be what is considered a "common element" or "common area" pipe. If the plumber has determined that the pipe services...Read more »
Zoning states my site plan I submitted is accurate and correct but needs to be signed by either an architect, engineer, residential or mobile home contractor to move forward, I applied for owner as contractor permit and as homeowner I should be able to submit site plan that is to scale and accurate... Read more »
That is an administrative issue that may be determined by the local design and review board and local regulations. Please provide further information regarding the jurisdiction and local rules. The Florida Statute you cited is primarily for the regulation of licensed contractors and prohibits...Read more »
You need to review the child support order and return to the court that issued the order to confirm that nothing further is owed. You can then ask for termination of the child support order, if necessary.
Will my husband be able to come here while we do this ? The i-130 and other documents are paid for and already approved. we are awaiting interview with the consular office but we would like to switch to AOS. Can he come here and start this process?
HAD A FRIEND FIND A GOOD DEAL ONLINE FOR ROOM FOR RENT AND HE DECIDED TO MAKE A MOVE ON THIS DEAL AND ACCEPT. PEOPLE HAD HIM SEND DOWN PAYMENT BEFORE PAPERWORK COMPLETELY FINISHED AND NOW ARE DENYING MY FRIEND TO EVEN MOVE IN AT ALL.ANYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT THIS?
I have not probated the will yet due to some other deaths in the family. The property is paid for. The land is 7and 3/4 acres in Polk City. It has an old trailer on it but it is not safe to live in. My sister lives in California and I live... Read more »
When you get around to probating the will, you will probably need an attorney; ask your attorney, but partition might be an option. Also, regarding liability, you could require her to pay for liability insurance in your name.
An exfriend of mine (online) faked their death. I came out with the truth 6 months after to her followers and she deleted it. And I came out with it a different way she couldn’t delete it. I also put screenshots in it to back everything up. I left out any personal information by the way. But she... Read more »
If the other vehicle is one with 4 wheels, it is not possible for it to have auto insurance that excluded PIP - but in any event, that driver's PIP coverage, if any, would be for the purpose of covering THAT driver's medical bills. It is the LIABLITY coverage of that driver's policy...Read more »
If there is no written agreement and no legal marriage then you are in a difficult position. You may have an "equitable" remedy but it could be hard to prove. You should speak to a local real estate attorney who handles litigation to get more specific advice.
I am the executor and the named recipient of the home in the will of the husband. The parties involved are married but have not resided together nor communicated since the wife moved out of state over 10 years ago. His house is specifically listed in the prenup as an asset from prior to the... Read more »
You will need to review the current deed of the property to see precisely how the property is held, this will be your starting point. It is likely that some version of probate may be required and a petition to determine homestead status of real property as well. The prenuptial agreement will also...Read more »
You seem to be asking if you may countersue your ex-partner for defamation of character strictly for allegations made in a court filing. If that's your question, the answer is no. Allegations made in a court proceeding (a pleading or hearing) are cloaked with immunity from defamation claims....Read more »
Generally speaking, it is up to the court (the judge) to grant early termination. Usually, they want you to complete all of your conditions of probation, pay off all fines and restitution, not pick up any law offenses, and complete half of the probationary term (if its 4 years of probation, they...Read more »
Very sorry for your loss on the passing of your father, please accept my condolences for you and your family. This is an issue and question of probate and based upon how the deed is held. If this was Homestead for your mom and dad then one set of rules will apply related to probate, or maybe the...Read more »
It's my 33yr old son who is out of prison after a ten years severing. And he's been out over a year. He got a charge about a credit card . Then his parole officer text him a few days later and tells him all charges were dropped, I seen the text. Then a couple days later which was... Read more »
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