If your mother was the owner of a life estate and she sold her interest in the life estate then the proceeds from the sale should have been earmarked for your mother only and the 1099-s should have consistently named your mother as well. Once your mother received the proceeds, unless there are...View More
My ex forged my name on my deed signing over my house to him. Had his notary friend notarize it without my permission or presence. Now he’s threatening to evict me and idk what to do after I file a police report. We were never married if that helps.
Iv been living at the house for a few years now but my friends dad died here without a will and my friend wont do anythjng.. like nothing. Its been 2 years now and the house is being forclosed on but i think the bank even thinks hes still alive.. what paper work do i need to be able to sell the... View More
Responding from a New York perspective, if you and your wife held title as tenants by the entirety, upon her death, you would be the sole owner of the real estate, and there would be no need at all to remove her name from the deed.
I'm not able to get approved for a house loan so my ex husband family will put it in their name. I'm responsible for all repairs and mortgage and down payment. But they don't want me on the deed how can I protect my self in case they try to kick me out. He said once the house is paid... View More
Responding from a New York perspective, a deed from yourself to yourself, reciting that the sole purpose of the deed is to sever the joint tenancy, which will be converted to a tenancy in common is all that you would need.
Responding from a New York perspective, once the Divorce Decree was finalized, a Deed should have been prepared, executed by both of you, acknowledged and recorded, conveying title to the real estate to you alone.
One should be able to go straight to closing, however, all of the same pre-closing due diligence should be first conducted despite there being no contract: title search, survey, inspections, appraisal, etc.
Contract signed Feb 10 closing was supposed to be March 10. Investor never showed gave no valid reason and doesn't look like he going to follow through. We already moved out incurring great expenses hiring movers and renting a house.
I just want to know if I can be forced to sell my home, just because other party wants to leave and wants money? Also, we are not legally married, and we do not meet the elements of a common law marriage.
Do I also need to hire a lawyer or can I sign the contract from my cousins lawyer and be done? He is obtaining a mortgage which is part of the contract. No one else has ever owned this property besides my mom. She does not live there and I have power of attorney to sign contracts, including real... View More
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