Depending on how the agreement is structured (which can be very tricky), the purchaser become tenant, not a purchaser. It's best to have this one reviewed by a real estate lawyer for a full answer on all your options.
You can probate his estate or use Affidavits of Heirship to sell the vehicle and the house. Which one depends on a few more facts. You'll need to at least consult with a lawyer that handles probate prior to making the decision about which one.
He always referred to his stepson as his son and he was named as such in the obituary. I think the Dad also said he always wanted the stepson to be treated like his bio kids. Does the stepson have any claim here?
We (her husband, my step dad, and myself are the only heirs and are in agreement) are uncertain if we are going through the probate process in Texas but we are trying to liquidate assets in order to pay for lawyer's fees and we are wondering if we can use the affidavit of heirship from the DMV... View More
The Affidavit states that you will not be offering the will for probate. If you plan on going the probate route, then you may want to hold off on using the Affidavit of Heirship until you've talked with a lawyer.
I want to export building supplies, plastics and oilfield and mining equipment to Mexico, Peru and Chile. I also want to get into government contracting. I am a disabled female veteran owned minority business and a lot of the websites ask for a DUN's and EIN numbers. Before I acquire this, I... View More
Our bathroom ceiling has been leaking since we moved in in 2014 they are aware its been going on since we moved in. On a few occasions my toddler son slip and fell due to floor being wet from it. The only time that we can get them to fix it is by calling the city code enforcement and even then... View More
The county appraisal district likely has the information, which is typically online and searchable by address. That will give you the entity that owns the building and is responsible for repairs. Then the Texas Comptroller's website will have information on that entity name, such as the...View More
My Mom died and in her will, she left me her house. The will was finalized in court last year and the attorney sent me the title to my mom's house. I did all the repairs and put the house up for sale and on July 1, 2016 i found a buyer. After several weeks i was notified there was a problem... View More
The original Will is needed for probate. However, a copy of the Will can be probated. I'm not sure why the Title Company would want an original, especially if there was a probate (as the court would have the original). The Title Company would need the executor's signature on a deed...View More
I was invited to live on a piece of land by a friend who had a lease stipulating 4 people could live there. 6 weeks after i moved in the land owner gives him a letter of eviction giving him 30 days to leave as stipulated in the lease agreement, in the same letter she gave me 48 hours to vacate... View More
Breaking even will depend on the amount remaining in mortgage debt, the amount owed to the HOA, and the purchase price. The HOA and mortgage will need to be paid off at the time of any sale or before.
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