If the property is titled in your Father's name, he can convey to you by Deed. The marital status may or may not cloud your title, but he can still execute and deliver a Deed. Get a competent attorney to search the title and draft an enforceable Deed. What you may be worried about is...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney for a consultation on what you need to do as an adverse possessor. You will be taking a large risk, but you might take ownership of valuable property. Taxes will also be important. And adverse possession usually only involves what you actually possess, unless you...Read more »
More than likely the heirs at law own the property. That would be the Surviving Spouse and the Children as Tenants In Common. You could file an Affidavit of Heirship to record to the World what your alls source of title is. It would be better to hire a competent attorney to advise you.
First, I am sorry for your loss. I am assuming that your grandmother passed away in Arkansas and that Arkansas laws apply to your situation. If your grandmother died without a will any property that is included in her probate estate would be divided between her surviving spouse (assuming that...Read more »
Me or would it be left to my dads sister cause she’s telling me I need to sign papers so she can sell it this is in the state of Arkansas please help I need to know what I can do and what my options are
Was the Will filed for Probate? If not, then the Will means nothing, and the real property goes to the Heirs At Law. If the Will was Probated, and it is not an Insolvent Estate still open, then the Probated
Will, usually under its Will Book and Page Number, is your source of title as a...Read more »
The property manager orally promised to not let anyone enter the property unless the tenant was told. A repair man was supposed to repair the oven door because it would not shut completely, even with it on. The property manager told the tenant that the repair man would come on the weekend and the... Read more »
If you have a Lease Contract, then it probably allows this or generally makes repairs the Landlord's duty. You are lucky to have such a Landlord. I doubt you would have any damages even if the Contract prohibited this unannounced visit. Irregardless, there is no cause of action.
He believes he gets all, Home, Tools, all antiques. He hasn’t even called to discuss if there is even a will. There are 3 in all to inherit the property. Total of it all land is valued at $250k tools and antiques probably if sold in auction another $175. I have not lived near them in years but... Read more »
If you can prove that your mom lacked the mental capacity to sign a deed when she signed it or that she had been subjected to undue influence, you might be able to convince a court to void the deed. You will need a fiduciary litigation attorney to help you.
I have rented a house for 6 or 7 years, SECOND time property has been sold without being offered to me. Last landlords did not even tell me about it, got a 1 day notice on my door to pay this month or the new owner (the bank) will change my locks & dispose of all my property). I already sent a... Read more »
Arkansas does not have any statutes that relate to prepaid rent. That being said, if the reason for not being able to stay in the lease is related to military, you may have protection for refund through the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. You could also be able to offset any prepaid rent if lease...Read more »
It sounds like the dispute you're describing is with your neighbor who owns land that borders yours. If so, and the situation can't be resolved, you will have to file an action in circuit court requesting an order confirming the exact location of the property lines in dispute. These...Read more »
The same easement is recorded on our deed and the other two deeds. My father was unable to drive the last 10-12 years and was unable to go to the property. Other family members did not travel to property either. The two property owners where easement is assigned going to our property have the road... Read more »
Your situation is not uncommon and the answer depends on many factors. Among the most important considerations are the type of easements held by each landowner, whether the roadway at issue is the only egress and ingress onto the property, the length of time the roadway has been in existence,...Read more »
Contract states "The Closing of the sale of the real property (the “Closing”) shall occur on or before January 15, 2020 or at such other date as may be mutually agreed upon by Buyer and Seller (the Closing Date)." The builder has informed us they will not be ready on the 15th and may... Read more »
You may have potential recourse depending on other provisions in the contract and the cause of the delay. Some contracts include financial penalties for missing closing dates, so you should review other sections of the contract. Barring any specific language in the contract for penalties, the...Read more »
I have lived on the property for 4 and a half years. Once i had paid her the asking price in full (approximately 2 yrs ago) thats when she informed me of her desire to "keep that land in my family and give it to my grandson upon my death". But i paid her in full. Ive known her my entire... Read more »
This notice is simply the first step a landlord must complete before they file a lawsuit in Court to have you evicted. The sheriff can not and will not do anything until they have a writ of execution from the Court, which is the document that commands the sheriff to forcibly remove you from the...Read more »
My mom recently passed and I don't have the money pay her debts until/unless I can sell her house. I know her estate is fits within the guidelines of a small estate. I have 3 other siblings too. I'm just not sure of the process in Arkansas.
You most likely need to speak to a lawyer. Even if the house fits, you may have issues with title once you try to sell. A lot of title companies will require the house to be probated even if it fits within the small estate guidelines.
You should speak to a lawyer about the debts owed and...Read more »
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