We brought an administrative mandamus action in State Calif Superior court against local city agency for land use decision on a property whose prior owner was in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Superior court judge ordered that due to auto stay provisions(11 USC 362), no further proceedings until AFTER... Read more »
My estranged father just passed away. My grandmother passed away about 4 years ago and she owned a home in California. The property profile lists my grandmother as the owner it actually states her full name and ends with Trust. My aunt my dads sister now lives in the home without reporting death of... Read more »
I believe you have to ask your aunt to produce your grandmother's living trust since the property belongs to her living trust. The request shall be in writing. Then you can determine what course of action you can take.
I don't think so. Most of the time, a timeshare owner needs to negotiate, give notice before going to bankruptcy. they ave first to foreclose on the timeshare before filing any claim against you. Bankruptcy should be your last resort.
The answer is no. The debt originated before filing bankruptcy should have been discharged by your bankruptcy discharge. You can send a letter to the creditors and include the bankruptcy discharge letter you received from the court, and ask them to clear the history. Or, you can dispute their...Read more »
There are three homes. Im staying in my mother's in ca. My wife lives and works in Arizona for 18 yrs. The other beneficiary is living in a condo. .Two weeks ago, the other recipient moved out. Im told by the trustee he needs to sell all homes. In the trust distribution, My mother gave me the... Read more »
We recently found out from the city that the HVAC unit is not new (this was discovered after unit broke) seller installed unit with no permits or final inspection from city. We paid for an HVAC Air Conditioning company to come out and see what the problem was. Discovered unit was not up to code and... Read more »
Is there different contracts/documents for different types of properties? Can the same documents for single homes be used for commercial, mobile homes, land, etc? Also, what licenses do I need to wholesale properties?
There are tons of forms, and each one is different for Commercial, residential, or mobile homes. Usually, the brokers and agents are specialized in each one, and they prepare the forms. There is software that can do all of them together, and you can get it as a part of your benefit if you are a...Read more »
Purchase the house under husbands name 4 years ago got married 10 months later, now with the epidemic, we need to get me on the deed to keep the bank from taking it and leaving me and my 5 kids homeless if anything were to happen to him.
Escrow interpleaded buyer's deposit of amount $50,000 from California Vacant Land Purchase Agreement (CAR form VLPA). I am a seller and believe I am entitled to this deposit due to both: 1) buyer breach of contract and 2) escrow negligence to ensure conditions are met. I need a local lawyer... Read more »
My sister-in-law lives in Duarte, CA, and wants to sell her condo. Her partner, a joint tenant on the mortgage, moved out 10 years ago without a specific forwarding address in Las Vegas. My sister-in-law has made the full mortgage payments since. What are her options?
I have managed to get about 6 credit accounts back to a good, current status, but have about 7 getting worse everyday. Including two loans. They probably total about $25000 at the moment, and I am making about $700 a week and am not sure I can save everything. My credit has gone down to 500 and... Read more »
Sometimes, I advise my client to file bankruptcy since there is no other option. if you believe that there is no change in your situation, then bankruptcy is the right way to go. A chapter 7 bankruptcy will cost less than $1500 and will wipe all of your unsecured debts. Let me know if you need...Read more »
My dad sold his gas station about a year ago (as it was in bankruptcy). He had to go through the court system to negotiate a deal with the buyer and was asked to pay a portion of the funds to lenders to pay off debt owed. He would still be left over with a good amount of money (close to $70k+). To... Read more »
People do a lot of things during the divorce process, but I believe his charges doesn't stand. The Mechanic Lien law has many requirements. It is easier to fight the mechanic lien in a civil case than family court since the judges might not be familiar with the mechanic lien, and also cost...Read more »
I bought a house in February 2016, in March of this year my monthly payments increased because in my property taxes are charging a HERO program lien that the previous owner had, during the process of the transaction nobody said something about this lien against the property. I did not sign any... Read more »
I have some familiarity with HERO program. Their lien is secure against your real estate and the escrow company should have paid them off from the selling price, or you did actually assume it. please review your offer and ask your real estate agent about it.
I think stole property thats mine by heir. Although I haven't seen what's written inside these documents, I notice ReContrust Co. is an affiliate & i learned theyre notorious for scamming foreclosures. I need these documents examined for fraudulence. This leads me to a recent public... Read more »
Send me a copy of the loan docs and the notices. I had almost exact issue with BoA couple years ago. The bank was really slow to respond and we had to bring a lawsuit. It took a year to get rid of the loans.
If beneficary 1 buys beneficiary 2's interest in the property, it would be removed from the Trust and put in Bene 1's name. The Settler (mom) has been dead less than 3 years. Or will the new market value set the tax rate?
It depends on the term of the trust and the current trustee's power. if the trustee could amend the trust, he/or she might be able to do so without violating Prop 13. I recommend contacting an attorney to review the trust.
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