The inmate may have their PoA on file at the local register of deeds, however, most PoAs are not recorded unless necessary. Additionally, it is very likely that no PoA exists for the inmate. The only way to know for sure is to ask the inmate themselves.
It sounds like you need to have a consultation with a lawyer to explain what you want to do and why you are doing it. Because while everything you asked is possible it may not have the effects you intend.
My parents are one of the original 2 first lien holders . Can they release the title back to me or do my parents plus all of the deceased grandfathers beneficiaries which consist of 5 individuals & his church have to all complete the Affidavit of North Carolina Lienholder form MVR-46D in order... Read more »
My apartment complex put a tire clamp on my vehicle because they thought they didn’t see a sticker. I had talked to them about overriding it because it’s there but they claimed the sticker needed to be placed in the front. No instruction was given to me and nowhere on the lease does it... Read more »
We found out .2 acres of our lot was not ours. We bought from the owner for a small amount, plus legal fees. The sellers were the developer who sold to individual lots to a construction company. The construction company refused to buy the lot I am writing about. The county required the... Read more »
What the County told you is correct, currently, even though there is no road on your lot, every owner in the subdivision has an interest in that .2 acres. You will need to have someone draw up a deed from all other owners and get them to sign to remove that right of way.
Wife has a will that involves others including her ex husband. We have been married for a few years and recently came across this will. As we are married and have been so for 8 years, is this will automatically null and void or does she need to do through something else in order to cancel it. And... Read more »
Depending on the wording of the will, any portion that mentions her ex may be void. However, the best resolution for both of you is that you have new wills drafted. The new will would override the older one and you should be advised on how best to protect your assets going forward.
My husband and I were married 21 years. During that time he had children with other women out of wedlock. What constitutes those children being legitimate to inherit from him? He isn't on either of their birth certificates. He did pay child support and signed an affidavit while legally still... Read more »
Unfortunately in this scenario, all of your husband's biological children as well as yourself are heirs. However, there are some options available to you as the spouse that may cause all of the assets to pass directly to you rather than to all of the heirs.
The land came from my grandmother, brought in 1949. Grandmother died with no will and my father inherited all her property, then signed a Tenants By Entirety on the property with his 2nd wife(not my mother)
He died first with no will, then she died later on with no will and, the property... Read more »
If there is no will and the only major asset was a primary residence owned jointly with the surviving spouse, will the surviving spouse be eligible for 100% of the real estate simply because they were jointly on title? All other assets probably worth under $20K.
of deeds. Probate rep agreed these were real estate and not included in probate. Final Accting probate rep says they are included since my Mom's will says executor must liquidate remainder of estate, both real and personal, and distribute assets. If they aren't part of probate, then how... Read more »
Without seeing the will, I can't give a definite opinion on the status of the plots. However, generally speaking, real property will always pass outside of probate unless it is either brought back into the estate to pay bills or left explicitly to the executor in trust.
Short answer, yes. For the longer answer, the DoR has to complete a couple of steps to attach them, but once those steps have been completed, the liens attach. Consult a local attorney to see if the lien has been attached.
Unless the house is specifically mentioned in the will that it is to become part of the estate it does not automatically become part of the estate. The executor of the estate will likely have to join in the sale to release any potential interest the estate has but you should do everything in your...Read more »
Landlord told us May 1st they’re not renewing our lease and we have 30 days to vacate the property so they can put it on the market. They want the house cleaned and ready to list June 1st. Can they start the listing process while we’re still in the home with a valid lease? What rights do we... Read more »
They can start the process whenever they want, but you likely have possession through May 31st at 11:59. They could have sold the house with you still having a valid lease, and all that would have happened was that you changed landlords.
Her will says everything is to be divided amongst the heir according to certain percentages. The heirs have agreed to sell the cabin to me one of the heirs. Is it possible to have the property transferred to the heirs, then I buy it from the heirs? Paying them the percentage that they own based on... Read more »
When your step-mother passed, this cabin went to the heirs automatically. I do not know FL estate laws, but in this case, NC laws govern the transfer of the cabin. A certified copy of the will and some other documents have to be filed in the county where the cabin is located, and from there, the...Read more »
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