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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New Jersey on

Q: How can you prove land is yours if the deed has been lost or never recorded? we have been paying taxes on this land !

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 19, 2011

You should really hire an attorney. You may need to make an application to the chancery division to quiet title or some other similar action. How long have you been paying taxes for? Also, do an OPRA request to the municipal tax assessor to see what they have on file. Good luck. 732-200-0779.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New Jersey on

Q: I hold the note on a mortgage.(i sold my dad's house.)the person who is suppose to be paying me is 2 months behind.

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 19, 2011

It really is necessary to see your documents are part of this transaction. Though, you should use your leverage of the note and mortgage to get paid. I would get an attorney to advise you, b/c the manner in which you are articulating this question does not clearly explain your situation. Good... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New Jersey on

Q: What is the statute of limitations on the full disclosure requirement for the sale of NJ property?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 18, 2011

It is not clear what you mean, but I'm assuming you purchased a house that you later found substantially defective. However did you do inspections? This will impact tohe analysis. A lawyer really needs to see the contract. Good luck. 7322000779.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Texas on

Q: IAM A UK CITIZEN,GAVE BIRTH TO A SON HERE. DID I BREAK ANY IMMIGRATION LAW

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 18, 2011

No, you did not. Congratulations.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on

Q: Can I use INA form I-212 to re enter the U.S. at the Canada-US border? And what other forms do i Need if any?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 18, 2011

It is difficult to understand your legal needs based on your question. Please provide more facts and why you intend on using that particular form. Good luck. 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for New Jersey on

Q: My father past away and his house was left to me. How do I go about selling or continue ownership? What is the process

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

from your question, it is difficult to precisely identify your legal needs. It really depends who is the executor of the estate. You will need to coordinate with that individual in order to get title transferred into your name solely. Also there may be tax issues that you must deal with. Please... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for New Jersey on

Q: In New Jersey if a minor is beneficiary of an annuity - how can it be paid upon the death of the policy?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

it is possible that this annuity may be held in trust by the state of New Jersey until he comes of age. You may be able to create a minor trust for him so that the monies can be held by you, not the state. Good luck. 732-200-0779, www.elderlawbrothers.com

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for New Jersey on

Q: I have 'complaints' about my mother's accountant and attorney who I regretfully 'took on' after her death ...

Much time and much loss later, I believe the entire process of probate was not necessary in my case; however, water being under the bridge -- my sole wish is now to be prepared for a meeting with the accoutant and attorney in 2 days time, at which time I hoped to hire an outside attorney to simply... Read more »

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

hello, it is a little difficult to understand your legal needs by the way your question relates. However if you would like to speak with me about your situation, please call me at 732-200-0779.

3 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning for New Jersey on

Q: How does one go about terminating a life estate in real property?

I want to have the people given the life estate by a Will removed from the home and have the property sold and the proceeds distributed.

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

hello. It is really difficult to understand your legal needs by your question. Please be more specific, or call me at 732-200-0779. You can visit my website at www.elderlawbrothers.com. When you repost the question, I will try to find it and answer it for you.

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on

Q: There is a statu limitation to sue imigration if your citizen and they clasified you as a alien

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

while I have not done the requisite legal research to determine this, I would guess that there is a statute of limitation, and because it is against the government, it is probably a short statute of limitation. So I would ask quickly. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on

Q: How can i help my husband? because i am at Panama and he is at U.S.A for Illegal entrancy to the U.S.A.

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

from your question, it is very difficult to understand what you are looking to achieve for her husband. Because of that, I would recommend that you call an experienced immigration attorney who may be able to help you better over the phone or in person. Please feel free to call me for this purpose.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on

Q: How I can help my husband is imprisoned in USA and would like to send him extradited to Panama

He has three years to be detained in the U.S. and would like help from panama

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

hello. It is difficult to understand precisely what you are trying to achieve based on your question. However, it seems that you want your husband to be sent to Panama. In your situation, your husband should request voluntary departure, if he really doesn't want to stay. However, if he does want... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on

Q: I would like to aply for u visa. I lived in usa and a had 2 kids. i need help for me and my kids.

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

Please feel free to contact me to discuss your U Visa, which I believe to be for individuals who are the victims of crime and need to participate in legal proceedings. 732-200-0779. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on

Q: Obtained a Judgement from a NJ civil court for 37k. Defendant said he'll just claim bankruptcy.How do I record Judgment?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 17, 2011

Even if you obtain a judgment and record it, it may still not protect you from the debtor's bankruptcy discharge. I would consult with a Bankruptcy attorney to determine if there is a way to protect your debt from discharge.

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on

Q: How to write a motion vacate default and answer

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

It is difficult to understand your legal needs by your question. It seems reasonable and necessary to approach an attorney who may be able to assist you in this matter, if a serious money is at stake. Good luck. 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on

Q: In a chapter 7 bankruptcy the trustee proposed notice of abandonment on my home due to its worth .it was left alone .

My question , is it part of my discharge or not a part of my bankruptcy at all since their was no default ?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

Technically, the bankruptcy exemption laws exempted your house from creditor reach. Good luck. Www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on

Q: I paid a bankruptcy attorney to file chapter 7 and i have not heard from her nor did she provide me with a case # help

We previously filed chapter 13 it was dismissed we paid for 7 she claims it was filed on the 28/29 of Sept. i am unable to locate the case what can I do to locate my case #.

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

You should call the Bankruptcy Court, and give them your last name, they may be able to look it up.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Florida on

Q: What does 8CFR 1229(a)(c)(7), stand for?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

This is a code of federal regulation, which may indicate that you are in removal proceedings. Good luck. 732-200-0779, www.visabrothers.com, representing immigrants throughout the U.S. and the world. Atty. Rodney Alberto, Esq.

2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Virginia on

Q: I am an international student. My fathers sister filed my parents i130 petition in 2007. How can I get a greencard?

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

The answer to this depends, partially, on how old you are. If you are over 21 and/or married to someone not a USC, then your avenues are a bit more complicated. I would speak to an immigration attorney. Our firm handles clients all over the world and throughout the U.S. 732-200-0779,... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New Jersey on

Q: My husband was release from detention on the seventh of this month and was told to report every month in which the he we

And they remand him and said he's being deported

Rodney John Alberto answered on Oct 14, 2011

Hello, how are you doing? It is a little difficult to understand what you are saying based on your question. I would recommend that you call an immigration attorney to assist you.

Feel free to call me at 732-200-0779 or www.visabrothers.com. Good luck.

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