Esp if some children have passed and the remaining do not agree? What needs to happen to transfer the deed out of the parents name?
answered on Mar 15, 2023
You will have to open or reopen probate and get appointed as executrix or administrator of their estates so you can execute a new deed.
I severed almost 5 years on a 23 year sentence, won my appeal and it went back to circuit Court. I accepted a lesser charge for 3 years and it was marked as time served. But I was also made to do 3 years probation and recently was released without incident. Found papers that every day should have... Read more »
I "exclusively in my name" own my own doublewide home that is currently located on the land my parents own. My home is located on a lot of land directly adjacent to my deceased fathers garage "roughly 4 feet away wall to wall", whereas my mother lives in her home on the opposite... Read more »
Purchase a home and offered asking price if the seller agreed to close before the end of the year
Seller agreed no less then 3verbally ie phone 4 in person seller remove the for sale sign from the yard only to change their mind and not sell to me
don't know if there's... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2021
Under Kentucky law, contracts for the sale of real estate generally must be in writing before they can be enforced. KRS 371.010. A lawyer may be able to help you with your specific situation.
answered on Nov 23, 2019
It depends on the issues in question. There is no exclusive right to arbitration in employment unless it is contractual.
the neighbors. I have reported them to the police and I did not keep this fact from the insurance. the first claim was a fire, they covered the loss. now it's braking and entering and the siu is hassling me.
answered on Sep 30, 2019
They should not deny your claim if it is a covered event, whether it has been five months or five years since the last claim.
I purchased products and contracted with Lowe’s to remodel 2 bathrooms. I signed a contract that stated the length of the project was “TBD” and was verbally told 4-5 weeks. The contractor was unprofessional and did substandard work and I asked that he be removed from the job after 8 weeks.... Read more »
created contract to provide signage to a client, I being the designer, creator and Installer, I would purchase the materials needed to do so and construct and then install, had set a date on one part of estimate, however states "this is an estimate on the goods named and subject to change if... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2019
Reasonable I’d determined the the facts and circumstances surrounding the issue. It could be 30, 60, even 90 days. Bottom line, if you refund the money, they will likely dismiss the charge.
answered on May 22, 2017
You may want to consider hiring an attorney. If you have tried to do it yourself and you weren't able to get it done, there is probably something you are not doing correctly and it must be fixed before the court will grant your divorce/dissolution.
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