You must do probate to transfer the property. Claims from the IRS and others will get adjudicated in the probate. If there are large tax debts, the property might need to be sold to pay them. The executor would have personal liability for transferring property in the face of unpaid debt.
She has been doing my taxes for a few years now i call and text her about my situation ,but she doesn’t answer me , she move her office out east in Long Island New York , I’m trying to buy a house and I need my taxes information from her to get my Mortgage qualify
These are actually two forms. There is a waiver and consent, and a renunciation. A waiver and consent applies to the petition filed. If you sign, the petition will be granted. Renunciation is when a named fiduciary in a will does not want to act, and resigns.
In February 2021 my sibling asked me to sign a waiver of process consent to probate form. I didn't want to sign it. I asked for a copy of the will and was denied. She and her brother said if I don't sign it the court was going to take the house. She said my brother signed the same waiver... Read more »
The judgment is recorded in New York. It is a lien on real estate the same way a NY judgment would be a lien. For other property, there would need to be a levy by the Sheriff or Marshal, like a NY judgment.
My sister and I were both appointed cold power of attorney each being able to act independently two months before my mothers passing my sister sold her David Lerner stock and transfer the money into Her personal account we were both supposed to be 50-50 beneficiaries on this account do I have any... Read more »
I'm a student at a CUNY college and during this Spring semester I took 5 classes and most, if not all, had math-related topics. I was able to manage keeping a good grades for all but one class, Linear Algebra. I had a decent grade on my first exam, I studied for the second midterm, which was... Read more »
25 min from us, and demands that he goes to school where she lives. She lives in a high crime area and very low standard school district. We split 50/50 custody. We would like to have their son go to school where we live, where a parent is home 24/7, so no daycare is needed before or after school.... Read more »
This has two elements -- an Education element and a divorce element. If the divorce decree allocates how education decisions are made, then it governs. You may need to make a motion in the divorce case if the issue is unclear. As to education law, the kid must go to school in the district where...Read more »
I had concrete work done. There was plenty of clearance to the area. They went around an area not even in the scope of the job with heavy equipment. They never did anything to protect that area until the next day when they laid boards down. This ended up costing me more money for dirt and grass... Read more »
I do not know what you mean by defenses. To sell the property outside of foreclosure, you would need a partition action in Supreme Court. If you let it go to foreclosure, and there is a surplus, you will get it. If there is no surplus and this is a short sale issue, just let it go to foreclosure.
We signed a contract in January, paid a down payment and expected to close 2 weeks ago but the title company wouldn’t release the title until a problem with the pool was fixed. The seller has now resisted the house and is holding an open house on the property today. As of yesterday the title... Read more »
If it is in your name already, you need to pay the liens to keep the condo. You list them as secured debt. If it is not in your name, but will be some day, you list it on the statement of financial affairs.
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