What you describe sounds like it might amount to a breach of your lease by your landlord. I recommend speaking with your property manager and negotiating an early lease termination if possible. If this is not possible, you can unilaterally break your lease and leave, but this may result in a...Read more »
You can usually cancel your contract. Obtaining your earnest money deposit can be difficult. Builder contracts often provide that earnest money deposits are non-refundable. Sometimes you can negotiate a partial refund. Sometimes the reason for cancellation can give you some help, such as the...Read more »
You must give the notice required by your lease or rental agreement. If you are on a month to month tenancy, you must give 30 days notice--if you plan to be out by the end of December, you must give your 30 days notice before the end of November.
The creators of the Trust have died, and one of the beneficiaries is the designated Successor Trustee. The said Trustee is instructed explicitly to distribute the Trust assets as described. It has been over 10 years and he hasn't done so. There are no provisions in the trust documents that... Read more »
You can provide in your estate planning documents that any real property obtained from this trust pass to the person you designate. However, the more immediate concern seems to be obtaining the property from the Trust. I recommend reviewing the language of this Trust with an attorney to verify...Read more »
If the deceased owner was the only person on title, the owner's estate may need to be probated. I strongly recommend that you discuss this with an attorney before taking action. Your attorney will be able to inform you of your legal rights after learning the facts and reviewing any documents you...Read more »
It is possible that the deed may be valid. This would depend upon all of the facts and circumstances. I strongly recommend that you have the deed in question reviewed by a real estate attorney. Once your attorney knows all the facts, he or she will be able to let you know if the deed is valid...Read more »
My father passed away in his rented home. Real Estate agent is not allowing entrance into the property. I have started process of Small Estate Affidavit, but that requires 30 days after his death. I need to get his burial docs, insurance policies, clothes etc.? Is there a way to expedite this... Read more »
You could open an informal probate and become appointed as personal representative of your Father's estate. This procedure can be done quickly and will give you legal authority to take possession of your father's property. But, if your Father's estate is modest, the affidavit procedure would be...Read more »
Possibly. This would depend upon how the estate planning documents were drafted. The children might take if the estate planning documents show an intent that the share of a deceased person would pass to his or her survivors. If there are no estate planning documents, then Arizona law controls....Read more »
The murderer, after killing my dad, stole my dads gun, 1 of 2 weapons used in the crime, as well as my dads wallet, cellphone, keys, & truck, all recovered from the killers possession at the time of incarceration. He was initially arrested in la paz county, where he turned to law enforcement for... Read more »
I supported both my son and mother for over 2 years. She left unexpectedly and took baby, but gave him to me about a week later because she said she couldn't take care of him (she has 2 other children who are under the guardianship of her mother). I fear for my son's well being because of neglect... Read more »
Yes, your Son's Mom can take him where there are no court orders. I strongly recommend consulting with a family law attorney immediately to assist you in establishing court orders that will protect your Son.
From the information you provided, your rights are governed by the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant code. Your sister can evict you by giving proper notice. See ARS 33-1375 or ARS 33-1381. She must allow you to pick up your property and has certain duties to you per ARS 33-1370 D,E, F, G H &...Read more »
It is very unlikely that Nana would go to jail, but this is a very bad idea. You could be evicted and Nana could have a money judgment against her and her credit harmed. If you are going to be the occupant, you should be named in the lease as an occupant and, ideally, the lease should be in your...Read more »
Seller said that it is buildable but according to city theres no way to use it, it was a waste of $ seller played a fast one and i think something should be able to be done about it. Lawsuit to get $ back at least.
You may have an action for damages or rescission of contract due to the non-disclosure of this circumstance, but this is not something that you should handle on your own. I strongly recommend that you seek the assistance of an attorney. Once your attorney has all the facts and has researched this...Read more »
Went to court for child support today and my ex said he’s had our twins covered under his insurance since March of 2018, but he’s been using my acchss from the state for the past month (we just recently starting doing 50/50) when he’s had to take the twins in when they are in his care. I... Read more »
This is relevant information and you can request it at any time. Since he has ignored your initial request, you can make a formal request to produce. I recommend consulting with a family law attorney to assist you with this process.
Your girlfriend is an owner of the home and she has a right to have visitors of her choice. You have the same right. If this living arrangement is not working, you might consider selling the home or purchasing your ex's interest in this home.
Both of those properties have existing mortgages. Is the trustee allowed to pay off the mortgage with estate money? I am worried that money that would come to me as the residuary will be used up to pay off these mortgages so that she inherits property free and clear and there is less money left to... Read more »
This depends upon the instructions given to the Trustee in the Trust. It may be appropriate. If the Trust is unclear or if you believe that the Trustee is acting improperly, an action can be filed with the Court to address these issues. Where a Trustee is abusing his/her authority, the Trustee...Read more »
a local law firm has a 120-day hold on funds in my checking account for a credit card bill that was charged off since 2012. Most of the money in that account is from Social Security AND According to the Fair Debt act they should not be able to sue me for an account over three years old. I never... Read more »
The collection agency can bring an action against you and may be entirely justified in doing so. Your job is to promptly respond by raising any and all defenses that are available. One defense might be statute of limitations. Another might be that your social security funds are exempt. There...Read more »
On its face, the stepmother's conduct appears wrong. But, under some circumstances, her conduct might be appropriate. The answer to your question depends upon the facts of your situation. Some of the most difficult problems come from family conflict. I strongly recommend that you seek the help...Read more »
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