Thank you for the quick response. co heir sold property using a quit claim deed then the property was then sold to another party with a Joint tenancy warranty deed. There never was a probate case. We were unaware that the property existed because we were told at the funeral that my granddad sold... Read more »
Any attorney you speak with about this issue will be unable to give you a good answer until he/she is able to see the different deeds you speak of and the quiet titles you speak of along with a few more facts.
Our property was sold fraudulently. The buyers must have known something about the fraud because shortly after the sales quiet title actions were filed. Can a quiet title ever be successfully overturned?
If the quiet title action has been completed to Judgment, it would be very difficult to overturn that Judgment. If it has not gone to judgment, you can win some quiet title cases depending of course on the facts of the case.
I am paid up on child support, did not owe any back child support. Recently received letter stating my payment was to increase. I did not contest this as my wages have gone up recently, but now they are saying I owe $3000 in back support. Why is this? Are they going back to when I first got the new... Read more »
The Court cannot go back to the point you received a salary increase unless that was the same date the motion to modify your child support was filed. In other words, the date of filing for the modification will be the date that your income from that date forward will be used to calculate your new...Read more »
My wife is considering taking the issue to a judge now that he is back in the child’s life. However she has read that if there is child support owed in excess of 10k the person can go to jail and we don’t want that for him(he finally has his life back on track) is there a way to do this without... Read more »
I’m hoping to divide the land so people can rent it, thereby giving them an address in such state to establish residence. If they have a mailing address in which they then can get a drivers license in Oklahoma even though they don’t live at the address. Could a case of fraud be brought against... Read more »
Yes you can lease property that you own. Whether the folks that rent from you can establish residency within Oklahoma merely from leasing property is a different legal question. Residency is obtained by actually residing within the State of Oklahoma. That requirement is not met by merely leasing...Read more »
IF YOU FILED THE PROBATE AND WAS APPOINTED AS THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATE, you should be able to access the bank funds to make the payments. Talk to the bank again or better yet have your attorney talk to them.
I took out a mortgage loan exclusively in my name and solely based on my own personal credit. I then made an offer on a house that was accepted before I got married. The house didn’t close until after I was married. Would it be considered a marital asset under Oklahoma divorce law?
You must keep a separate bank account on that house if it is to be rented as an investment. All money collected as rent should be put into that account as well as expenses paid on that property should be written on that account. You should not commingle income produced by you or your wife with that...Read more »
everything she acquired before as well as after their now belongs marriage to him simply because he was her husband at the time of her death. Even things that were acquired while she and my father were married, as well as things that belonged to my grandmother that were given to me when she died... Read more »
You will need to hire an attorney in order to probably get the will from the surviving spouse. As to contesting the will, that attorney after reviewing the will and you telling the attorney any facts you may have as to why it should be contested can best answer that question.
I am only on month to month and pay rent every 2 weeks only owe for 2 weeks rent and went to get rest my belongings and he has changed lock and my belonging s are still inside. Havecbeen given no written notice or anything he just up and basically stole my things
Back in 2016 my husband and I split for 3 monthso and while that time he MAY have gotten this women pregnant. Her boyfriend signed the birth certificate already. 1.5 years later I was getting bullied by her and her two friends saying this child is my husbands. She wants to go after him for child... Read more »
She can try. Depending upon what her boyfriend signed and the lapse of time and whether they lived together and the boyfriend held the child out as his own are all facts that must be explored to determine whether she would be successful or not. As to signing his rights away, there is no such...Read more »
If the conditions leading to the guardianship being filed and granted have been corrected where the guardianship is no longer needed then you must file a motion to terminate the guardianship setting forth the reasons its no longer needed and have an order for hearing signed by the Judge then those...Read more »
If you have an attorney request him/her to set a date for the final decree. If no attorney was hired by either of the parties, make a joint motion to have your final hearing and get an order signed by the Judge for that hearing date and both of you appear and request the divorce be granted. Since...Read more »
The date of your divorce is the date the Judge granted it notwithstanding that the decree or an amended decree was filed much later. The amended decree you speak of should reflect in the opening lines the date the Judge granted the divorce even though filed weeks later.
I’m not sure what you mean by discounting the asking price of comparable vehicles. The way it should be valued is what the value of a similar vehicle in similar condition is valued. One of the best ways to find the value of your vehicle is to use the vehicles listed on EBay Motors that are...Read more »
I was given temporary guardianship of her till fist of August. Her dad's new girlfriend of 3 months who suffers from PTSD & seizures wants her to live with them. My granddaughter's mom wants her to continue staying with me and she and dad are still legally married. Hiring an attorney would be a... Read more »
If you have a guardianship in place through the Court system, there would need to be filed a motion to terminate that guardianship which means you would need an attorney. If the guardianship is not through the Courts but one where you all had a verbal agreement, you would need to consult an...Read more »
She has been here two weeks longer and we asked her to leave. She refuses. We have given her a deadline several times but she keeps asking for "two more days" We finally said no yet she refuses saying only one more day....then only two more days. She has a key to our house and even refuses to... Read more »
Change the locks and when she leaves for the day, don't let her back in. Otherwise, other than physically throwing her out which is not proper, you would have to file a small claims action against her to have her removed lawfully.
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