Excepting and reserving therefrom all that certain piece or parcel of land set forth in a deed from the grantors herein to John smith which premises are a portion of within described premises and are described in a map referenced in the deed from Mr Jones to John Smith
I have reached out multiple times to the leasing office, but they have not helped. It's becoming unlivable for me - giving me a constant headache - and the smell is seeping into my furniture and clothes. What can I do?
You need to contact a lawyer to help you. In short, the Will needs to be probated and an estate opened. You, as Executrix, would then execute a deed, unless the property is already in the Trust. As indicated, you need to meet with a lawyer to review everything.
My father and mother can no longer taker care of it and want to transfer the deed to my siblings and self, can this be done if they are still living? We are looking to sell this property after transfer of deed. Will we encounter any other legal issues with this?
They can certainly transfer the property to family members. If they can’t care for themselves, a Power of Attorney would probably be advised so that you and siblings could act directly on their behalf.
You should engage a lawyer in Puerto Rico familiar with real estate and estate...Read more »
How can I sell the house I was forced to leave in Dallas, Texas and /or get my x, who is still living in the house, to sign a rental contract so I am not forced to pay the mortgage for the house? He claims there is already a tenant / landlord contract signed. I don't remember signing one.... Read more »
Although you need to speak with a Texas lawyer, as a general proposition, if you are the sole person on the deed, you have the right to sell it. However, if there is, in fact, a written lease, any sale would have to honor the terms of that lease. Therefore, as a practical matter, you better find...Read more »
My father in law died in Oct. He owned a home had a life insurance policy and a union pension. He had no will in PA. We are having trouble getting information about the policy, deed for the home, actually ever thing we try is an issue we only have a death certificate. Need probate I believe but not... Read more »
The first question is whether you are a "joint tenant" on the deed, that has a right of survivorship. If so, the property would pass to you, and you would be able to sell it. However, unless you were married to the deceased, there will be inheritance tax due, and you will need to plan...Read more »
My father is unresponsive and deteriorating. This was unexpected and he doesn't have a will. My parents are divorced and I am the oldest of his 2 adult children. He owns a trailer in a mobile home park and a former girlfriend is living there. My father was living there originally but got an... Read more »
You will have to hire a lawyer and open an estate. Either all of the siblings must serve as co-administrators or the other siblings can sign a renunciation form so that you can serve as the sole administratrix.
If the lot is rented to your father, even though she pays the rent, once the...Read more »
In Pennsylvania a judgment lasts forever until it is paid. However, it constitutes a lien only for five years, unless it is renewed. Thus, if this judgment was not renewed, the judgment remains, but it does not constitute a lien unless and until it were to be renewed.
amount of money to be paid back to them. We plan on moving them out within a few days to a better place. There is an occupancy agreement involved. The agreement states that they need to notify the owner of their plans on moving. And owner will have to pay them back within a year from the notice... Read more »
if one can’t do it The other one step in ,but she has not in rolled our name in city hall ,she was to write our name as owner of the house,should I step in .she move in and didn’t let no one know and change all the lock what should I do.please help me
If you and your sister are the Executors, that means that your mom had a Will and that the Will was probated (that means, filed with the Register of Wills). If so, that means that an estate has been opened. Did you not have a lawyer to do that? You certainly should have had a lawyer. Clearly,...Read more »
Purchased a home in Pa came back with clean title with no easement for shared driveway the new owner of the house next door came over and told me that it is a shared driveway and I told her no that I own it now she want to file an easement to use my driveway what can I do to stop them from using it
The proceeds of insurance get prorated among all the people with claims, based on the amounts of the damages to each car. In all likelihood, there would not be enough funds for you to fully cover your claim, and you would then have to resort to your own collision coverage, if available.
The cop unfortunately only recorded the other persons part of the story, and seemed to only believe her so I was found at fault (he didn’t witness this crash.) I was given the report at the accident, so why not a citation? Was not told of a citation.
The simplest and first thing to do is to erect a fence along the boundary. If that does not work for some reason, you would have to hire a lawyer and file suit to seek a declaration of the boundary. If you do nothing and the neighbor persists over a period of time, you could lose that property...Read more »
they walked down the aisle but the lience ran out. does common law stand for them. we have an attorney but he failed to tell us about common law marriage in Pennsylvania. we want him to be include my mom loved him dearly.
is there any information aside from section1103 im missing
In all probability, the most efficient way to do that would be to distribute the estate to the children and for the children to then gift to your mother’s partner whatever portion of the estate the children wish him to have. There will be a 4.5% inheritance tax on whatever passes to the...Read more »
Unfortunately, this is far more complicated. There is no such thing as an “Affidavit of Heirship.” You need to hire a lawyer to open an estate. If you have siblings or your mom had a husband, they will have to join with you or formally renounce. Ultimately, the lawyer will do a deed from the...Read more »
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