hello, i have 2 month of back rent. i am not a US citizen, and i am planing on moving back to Europe. if i leave without paying rent, would i have any issues traveling out of the country and would i have issues coming back to visit the US?
Will and testament 8 years ago putting the 2 children that were alive to get ownership of the house. Now the 2 grandchildren of the 2 deceased want to get a share of the house. What happens does the deed to house stay in effect or does the last will and testament?
His mom, new wife, His sister and nephew. His mom passed away in March, and he passed away a month ago, leaving no will. My son was His only child. Does my son has More rights over that property than His father's widow? Also my son's father was registered as the only owner of tittle of the... Read more »
Could he sever the joint tenancy without my brother’s permission and change it to tenants in common? Also would he need a living trust to avoid probate and to designate my sister and I as his beneficiaries? Would that avoid due on sale clause since its a living trust? He and my brother are on... Read more »
Actually, my sister stole my Mom's latest paperwork out of house about 6 months ago, and is using an old will (I haven't seen it) which she says calls her executor, though circumstances are vastly different now. She hasn't filed the estate, lives in Kentucky, and took a bunch of my Mom's stuff... Read more »
Sold property in 2005 on 30 year contract to family member and his wife. Received payments until 2008, and then had several payment in default. Between 2005 and 2008 Mortgagees took out home equity loan with bank. Paper was signed to allow this to happen. Later on they apparently needed more money,... Read more »
I want to leave legally-binding instructions for how my body should be treated and how my burial should go. The more I refresh my knowledge of wills the more it seems like perhaps I need something else. What do I need? It has to be legally-binding and not cost me thousands of dollars. Thanks
Current agreement at 5% but has agreed to go to 4% but says that she cannot change the listing contract that her firm does amendment forms instead. Am I bonded to the original contract if I sign an amendment form?
Current agreement does not seem right. She has 5% listed as the Broker Fee... Read more »
Shop owner never signed agreement, also did not provide sale prices until after I signed. Prices never discussed with me. I don't trust him at this point and the pictures have sentimental value, I made a mistake and I want my pictures back. Owner feels he should be allowed 90 days to try and sell.... Read more »
My girlfriends ex boyfriend has been been harassing me for years. He recently started making false reports to CPS. We just had a ninety day open investigation and they found the case to be false and unfounded. Now they have started calling my girlfriend again and requesting to come over and get a... Read more »
The common law wife was previously his legal wife but they divorced; the other daughter is theirs. I'm currently in New York, he lived in Texas. I do not know if he had a will, or what is "estate" consists of and am not sure I will be considered when everything is reviewed. What are my rights?
My aunt has recently taken over my grandmother's finances. She has had many issues with my father and is not a nice person. She sent my family and I a letter stating once my grandmother passes, she will have control of the house and we will have 60 days to get out. We have been paying rent for 15... Read more »
Yes. If you are not the owner, you have no right to be there. However, it depends under what authority your aunt is acting. If you suspect abuse of a power of attorney, or abuse of your grandmother, call adult protective services.
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