I'm not sure you have a claim after so much time has passed, or if it would be financially worth it for you to pursue. Generally, when houses are foreclosed and auctioned, the taxes get paid and the bank or mortgage company get what they get. Sometimes they win big; sometimes not.
You should consult an immigration lawyer for specifics on any nuances you may be subject to - particularly whether you need to declare a new location before moving. But generally, residency is prospective and intentional, determined by the place you intend to reside going forward. You have a lease,...Read more »
This year my brother wants to be spiteful and claim her on HIS taxes after I’ve already filed and received my return just so he can use the money for his own purposes, my sister doesn’t even live with him she lives with me and my girlfriend
First thing you should probably do is get guardianship over your sister. That would resolve the legal issue of who is financially responsible for her. As to the IRS, it's often the case of "first to file". You can support your claim by showing you provide more than 50% of her...Read more »
I am divorced, cars are titled in my name only and fully paid for, no liens. I reside in Michigan. Michigan SOS (DMV) advised heir will have to pay sales tax - seems strange. Is this correct? My house will transfer without fees on my death.
The Secretary of State is correct in this case. Only transfers of title between immediate family members are exempt from the 6% tax. If your friend is to receive the vehicles, he or she will need to pay that 6% tax.
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You need to contact an attorney in your geographic area who handles the type of issue you have (domestic, real estate, estate planning, criminal law, civil litigation, etc.) directly and ask to set up a time for a free consultation....Read more »
I started an LLC for software-as-a-service in Michigan and I am getting clients from Ohio and Illinois, I wanted to know that do I need to file an LLC in all states from where I get clients or I can do business from my Michigan LLC only, and where do I pay income tax?
I am in the process of going through a divorce. I found out that my wife has been skimming $2500 a year off of our tax returns for several years. We each have our own children from previous marriages. When confronted she claimed that she was entitled to do this because of her daughter's $2500... Read more »
I was asked by a former employer to create a website store for his small business. I worked on it, hours everyday for months and spent 500$ to perfect it, which I was told would be covered. After finishing the website I was suddenly let go from the business. I've been an employee of the... Read more »
A divorce will ALWAYS impact jointly owned property, and the fact it is placed in a 'trust' for some estate planning or administrative purpose doesn't mean a divorce court shouldn't or couldn't 'delve into'...Read more »
There is no such thing as 'joint tenant in common with right of survivorship'. You EITHER own as 'tenants in common' OR you have 'rights of survivorship', It can't be both. Tenants in common implies there is no...Read more »
My childhood home has two years of unpaid taxes and if they aren’t paid by March 31st, 2022 the county takes the home. It’s abandoned and no one lives there. I’m not the owner and I cannot reach the owner (I’ve been trying). I was told if I pay the delinquent taxes and get a tax certificate... Read more »
It is possible that if all of the decedent's children disclaim that the account would then go to his surviving spouse. But that depends on other factors, including exactly how the beneficiary designation was worded and whether there were contingent beneficiaries after the children. You...Read more »
Does Michigan and/or Illinois tax this income? I understand that Illinois taxes all unemployment paid by them whether resident or non-resident, while Michigan taxes all income (including unemployment) received while a resident. However, Illinois has a reciprocity agreement with Michigan to avoid... Read more »
In the beginning the judge ordered us to split the kids, he takes one and I take the other. But since I got full custody I have been claiming both of them. Is there a tax law that says who ever has them more gets to claim them?
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