Hire a competent Alaska attorney to draft a Deed. You can have a life estate/remainder deed, tenants in common, joint tenancy with right of survivorship, or many other types of future interest deeds. It may need a title search besides just examining to last Deed.
Foreclosed with Deed of trust and promissory note thru divorce. Ex still owes alot to original owners. Should have been paid in full in 2015. All involved avoid/ignore me. Am I responsible for his payment contract?
You are not personally responsible for the priority Note. But if someone does not pay it, at some time in the future the first Deed of Trust will be foreclosed. If there is no surplus, then your Deed is extinguished. But if there is a surplus, and the trustee is honest, you as the second...Read more »
You do not say the capacity in which you "jointly own" but typically in Alaska a husband and wife acquire real estate "by the entirety" meaning 'as husband and wife.' Given that you are apparently divorced I'm presuming your ownership was converted to...Read more »
Can I stop them from selling the house since Ive lived here for almost 6 yrs taking care of my grandparents they won't let me buy it they have a power struggle issue and won't even give it another thought and I have the means to pay it off alztimers disease is horrible
My grandpa is 88 suffering of alztimers ive had no help from any family what rights do I have when he dies concerning his house can I pay off the morguage and stay here if my family wants to kick me out
If your grandparents had validly executed (while they were still mentally competent) wills, their estate passes by the terms of the wills. If not, by the intestacy statutes. I don't believe there is anything that would compensate you for taking care of them.
Is this for Dillingham? It may be that the city banned liquor stores under another power than its planning and zoning power. Or one would have to look at the zoning code and see what the code says about "unzoned" areas (or perhaps called an "unrestricted use zone")....Read more »
The choice is yours, but you should accept the best offer, obviously. You would only accept the backup offer if the acceptance is contingent upon the other sale not happening. It looks like you really need the services of a realtor or attorney on this.
9 years ago I turned the deed over to an individual on a real estate deal that has gone bad. The current owner wants too much money in return for the deed but the mortgage note is still in my name. The note is NOT assume able and his payments are very low (under my name). How do I either get my... Read more »
When my children were young, I was able to qualify for a new low-income house. One of the stipulations was to own the land where they can put the house. I own land in my village, I never got to move into the house and moved away. Now they took away the house, which I do not mind, but they... Read more »
As I understand what you are asking, you had title to the land and, on the basis of that title, the village is somehow taking the land away from you. Has the village filed some sort of a lawsuit to "take away" the property (land and house)?
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