The form depends upon the nature of the assets. It may be an assignment. if it is an interest in real property, there should also be a deed. The attorney handling the probate case should be able to help you with the appropriate form.
To the title company would be subject to being satisfied from my portion of the real estate equity, just recently having acquired, in a joint tenancy along with my sister and one of their spouses, days prior to my moms death she requested we file a deed transferring ownership. The judgement is in... Read more »
Judgments can be liens on real property of the judgment debtor once they are filed of record. Generally, the lien lasts for 5 years but they can be extended for successive 5 year periods. You would have to consult with an attorney with all of your documents to determine if the judgment is still a...Read more »
There is no question here. However, in all likelihood, the answer to the question is that one would have to look at the language of the deed and the disclaimer to answer the question. You should consult with a real estate or probate attorney and provide them with the documents.
He got papers last week saying there’s a court date apr 13 and she taking him to court to get permission to sell . He doesn’t get out until dec and his parole has been approved for Oklahoma and that address. What should he do? He can’t make court next week? He doesn’t know why sister is... Read more »
It's likely that this is something going on in his father's estate proceeding. There are a number of reasons that the property is being sold. He should hire an attorney to find out what is going on and to protect his interest.
The answer depends on the wording in the deed and the factual circumstances. It's not clear from your description who are the joint tenants on your deed. You should take the deed to a real estate attorney for review and advice concerning how to get the deed corrected.
Probate complete says my deceased mom’s property is now me and my siblings property. Realtor says her previously deceased husband’s joint tenancy removal requires a certified copy of his death certificate. There was a Quit Claim Deed on the land, and my mother was the last to pass.
You don't say who is the grantor and grantee of the quit claim deed, which could affect the answer. You should determine where your mother's husband died and request a copy from the appropriate governmental agency. If he died in Oklahoma, it is the Oklahoma Department of Health. You...Read more »
Client added work on and agreed to price but when I gave them a bill for the added services they suddenly decided they weren’t happy with work anymore and wanted full refund. I offered to come out and look at it but they didn’t want me to try to make anything right. They just want money back.... Read more »
You will have to pay it back. They will eventually discover it. However, a better course would be to call the loan company and let them know of their mistake. You can ask them to reimburse you for your wire fees.
You need to review your sales contract or mineral deed to determine the effective sate of the transfer. If the revenues are for before the effective date they would belong to you. If after the effective date, they belong to the buyer. If you cash the check and the revenues do not belong to you,...Read more »
You would not receive any monies from the operator's sale of its interest. However, If you want to get rid of your interest, you might tell the operator that you are willing to sell your interest along side his. A purchasing operator often times will want as much of the well as he can...Read more »
You do not have to have an attorney prepare a quitclaim deed. However, it is more costly to correct a badly prepared quitclaim deed than it is to have an attorney do it correctly in the first place. An attorney can also advise you on whether a quitclaim deed is the best solution for what you are...Read more »
The liability of the law firm could depend on a number of factors that are not revealed in your question: The nature of the mistake and how it occurred. Any complicity in the mistake by your mother. How long ago this happened. The relationship between the firm and the attorney. If you...Read more »
I am hoping there is a statute of limitations, otherwise, does a probate ever end or is an estate ever really settled if a will can pop up out of nowhere during the life expectancy of the heirs at law for the next 20 - 50 years. Heirs at law spent 1 year probating the estate as intestate and now... Read more »
There is no time limitation on when a will may be admitted to probate. There is no statute specifically related to nurses that I am aware of. There is a general statute concerning wills obtained under duress, fraud, or undue influence. It is difficult from your description to determine what the...Read more »
Great Grandmother had five children. One son had property in Ohio and Colorado. The families oil royalties come from him in Colorado, however, he provided a portion to her in her lifetime. The family line of inheritance is down the five family lines. I inherited from two aunts, my father's... Read more »
If the determination of heirship describes your line, it will suffice regardless of who initiates the proceedings, provided it is properly done. Sometimes, depending on the value of the interest, oil companies will take affidavits rather than proceedings to determine heirs. Concerning your...Read more »
Father no will. I have been living on property for 10 yrs. No child with stepmother, 3 children from marriage to our mother. My dads new wife let us kids come to the farm for 3 HR. & get personal items she had set out for us. My sister had charge over his medical decisions & funeral if he... Read more »
If a probate has not been commenced, you should initiate probate proceedings in the County where your father lived. If one has already been initiated, you should hire an attorney to protect your rights. You must have a probate for good title to be passed on Oklahoma real estate. In the probate,...Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. If the land was titled in his name only, you will have to go through probate. If it was titled in his and your name as joint tenants, you can file an affidavit of termination of joint tenancy (or go through probate if there are other reasons to have his estate probated)....Read more »
The Articles of Organization form can be found on the Oklahoma Secretary of State's website. You should also have an Operating Agreement and will need to obtain an Employer's ID number. Most business law firms provide all of the properly completed forms for a fixed price. You can file...Read more »
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