Nephews made funeral arrangements no mention of grown step children in obituary cause out of state never would let step children in family home. Father had died 2 years prior with brain tumor cancer and had him change his will 2 weeks before passing Grown children let it go cause thought property... Read more »
You need to sit down with a probate attorney as soon as possible to go over the situation. A family tree is going to need to be created to go over all living heirs to figure who is entitled to what. The attorney will also need to review a copy of the will.
Bottom line I wasn’t given a opportunity to state my case .they didn’t own the note , this is why I never had that meeting .the opposition always made excuses why they couldn’t meet with me , and they got away with this ! What can I do to save my house ? It’s been a 11 year battle dealing... Read more »
The thinking normally goes that until the house is actually foreclosed, the owners own the home. However, that is flawed. When someone strips the home, like you are suggesting, they can get in trouble. Many banks submit an insurance claim to the existing insurance company to cover any damage and...Read more »
My aunt just died interstate and my dad (with dementia)..is the last surviving sibling. There are 18 nieces and nephews. My brother is my dad‘s power of attorney and been depleting his funds for the last five years to live on and take himself out of pre-foreclosure. Now that my dad has an... Read more »
Executives were co executives daughter and grand. We hired a lawyer cause we were told there is no money left. All we asked for was to find out where the father's money went. Also poa was gotten illegally of the wife. Hired the layer we ask to get poa removed which was done illegally and he was... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. You need to bring all of the documents to an attorney that understands NJ laws regarding guardianship and probate. There are too many questions that need to be asked of you to answer in a public forum. The attorney will definitely need to go over all of...Read more »
My girlfriend is separated from her husband. The house mortgage is solely in his name, but they are both on the deed. He has defaulted on the mortgage and the lender has already started the foreclosure process. My girlfriend showed up to the first court appearance and told the lender that she would... Read more »
I am a title reader in NYC, a deed went on 2017 out of a referee to an LLC. The lender foreclosed on the estate of the owner and the action shows no proof of publication and no proof of notice of sale. The LLC is now trying to sell the property. I believe the action can be set aside but want an... Read more »
Normally the proof of publication is filed with the case. If you give an attorney the case number it is fairly easy to find if the case was filed after 2011 otherwise it would need to be pulled from the courthouse itself.
If you had an attorney they can pull your file for you. If you didn't have an attorney you can either go to the court to get a copy or reach out to a bankruptcy attorney and they can pull your filing. It costs $0.10 a page for an attorney to download documents from Pacer.
and then files for foreclosure, what happens when the property owner receives an "order setting date, time, place and amount of redemption" notice from the attorney representing the tax lien holder? Is that date really the last date the property owner can pay to redeem the property? Is that... Read more »
A FORECLOSURE NOTICE FOR MY MOTHER IN LAWS HOME WAS SERVED TO HER NIECE IN ANOTHER STATE (NY).
MY MOTHER IN LAW SAYS SHE DID NOT RECEIVE ANY SUMMONS IN HER STATE OF NJ. SHE DID RECIEVE A LETTER FROM HER MORTGAGE COMPANY STATING HER REQUEST FORM FOR HER "AT RISK STATUS" WAS UNSIGNED SO... Read more »
I go into customer’s homes and measure rooms for my employer. I am employed full time with benefits but I get paid per “measure” ($16) and not by the hour. To be clear, I work for my company and am not an independent contractor. I get a W2 and benefits from them.
I am a tenant of a property that the landlord stated was going into foreclosure. The landlord vacated the property as of November 1st 2018 and at the same time my lease also ended. I continued to pay rent and she still collected payment from Section 8 Housing Authority as well. I put in for a... Read more »
I am working on cases that stated back in 2008. The auction will probably take place in a couple of months. So, almost 12 years without paying a mortgage, and the case will finally be complete. So, once started things can drag on.
If the case is dismissed along the way, then the bank may...Read more »
Sometimes you just go along to get along. When you say "....now my employer wants my LES." It may be someone new in HR that has no clue as to what is needed, but they used to this at their old company, or it may be that they now were given a directive from above by someone else that read something...Read more »
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