I am in a lease agreement where both my roommate and I have signed the lease. Living with roommate has been affecting my mental health, so I want to leave before the end of the lease term. I informed my roommate and gave her a timeline asking if it would work for her she said yes but has stated she... View More
Consider the following potential courses of action in this situation:
Negotiate with your roommate: Communicate the impact on your mental health and express your desire to leave the lease. Offer assistance in finding a new roommate and suggest a financial incentive to encourage cooperation....View More
You are confusing two concepts. You might be physically able to occupy the premises, but perhaps not without governmental response. Without septic the property will not have a Use & Occupancy Certificate. The property will not pass any septic inspection called for in the real estate contract,...View More
She is the only person that’s paid into the mortgage. She has 6 children one is deceased, 5 living. When she passes away she wants, after the house is sold (it’s already paid off) the money to be split evenly between the 5 living children and the the portion that would have went to her deceased... View More
There are a variety of planning tools someone can use to name beneficiaries while keeping power to freely change those designations. Perhaps, if your grandmother got good advice, the deed is a life estate deed with full powers still vested in the planner. If so, she could change it freely by a...View More
Our HOA recently had a vote regarding a change in the Covenants. Owners were allowed to submit completed voting forms to the community management company by mail or by e-mail. One person submitted a large file containing scans of dozens of completed voting forms with signatures that he said he... View More
In your situation, where the cattle delivered from New York State weigh significantly less than what was represented by the seller, you have a few potential options to pursue. The discrepancy in weight can be a valid basis for a claim, especially if you have evidence of the seller's original...View More
Two sisters inherited a house, one is the executor of the will. They both wish to sell the house but the executor payed the mortgage for the last two months out of pocket instead of out of the estate funds. She now wants reimbursed saying there were no estate funds only the bequeathments as set by... View More
Yes. The sister can petition the court to remove the Personal Representative, who is not doing the job properly. There is no reason to pay a mortgage if the estate is insolvent. It just means the house must be sold. The bank will get all its money at settlement, if the price is high enough. The...View More
Two sisters inherited a house with a mortgage now one sister wants the other sister to quit claim deed the house. Said sister is also the executor of the estate and is forcing my wife to either pay half the mortgage or quit claim on said house
"inheritance" doesn't mean the bank loan is forgiven. It must be either paid off from Estate funds, or refinanced by the person inheriting the property. A "quitclaim" deed (one without the usual warranties of title) means the mortgage lien/loan obligations of the dead...View More
First, you should have a lawyer for a DUI. Judges take these cases very seriously especially for a refusal. It is a 12 point ticket that carries a year jail plus possible enhanced penalties for a refusal.
Second, the trial date would definitely have occurred by now for a 2021 ticket. It has...View More
If you refused, it is a 270 day suspension for a first refusal and a 2 year suspension for a second refusal. The suspension begins the 46th day after your arrest. When the suspension is over, you must go to the MVA to get reinstated. Your driving record will tell you if you are eligible for...View More
Your license may be suspended due to your taking a breathalyzer test and exceeding the legal limit, or refusing the test, both of which have consequences. Go onto the MVA website and download your driving record. It will show the exact reason and length of any suspension. Contact a lawyer to...View More
There is no court order for custody, visitation, nor support - never has been. I paid 18 years and 14 1/2 years on my own. We were both military, I'm now retired and she's still active. She makes more money.
If she has primary custody of the 14 year old, there would still be a legal obligation on your part to pay child support. How much depends both parents’ incomes and an application of the child support guidelines in the state where the child primarily resides. You should obtain a private...View More
Your other options are for your ex boyfriend to refinance the house in his name alone and to buy you out, for you to refinance the house in your name alone (with his consent) and you buy him out, or you both agree to sell the house.
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