I am freaking out about my family .. ALL of my family. I'm worried about where everyone is and what exactly has happened to all of us. I gotta figure out the money thing so that I can get funding to my family that is locked up.
I have a (trailer) renter who was being faced with foreclosure back in may and lost. Well in June the same renter filed for bankruptcy. Now the mortgage company won't come for the trailer since it's in bankruptcy. Is there anything I can do?
I am named the executer of her will and will be going to probate here in Texas where she resided. The timeshare company is willing to take back ownership but I do not know how to get legal papers, or what legal papers that will be needed for me to sign it back over to them. The timeshare is in... Read more »
The lot is worth $2000 and he owes around $220 in back taxes. We are NOT probating his estate because he does not have enough assets to warrant a full probate. Can the lot be sold? Is it worth the time and money to try to recover or sell the lot? Do I just allow the property to revert to the... Read more »
In my opinion, your decision should be based on economics, not legal factors. As you already recognize, it may not be worth the expense to do anything. In order to sell the lot, you would have to file the paperwork to administer his estate in order to get legal authority to sign the sale deed, and...Read more »
we were under the impression the closing lawyer would handle paying the estate bills. We need to know what the legal process is now that house is sold to disburse the money to pay all debts before dividing the remaining.. My sister and I are co executors
I received a judgement against my husband in divorce for $17,000.i filed it with the county clerk so that if he sold any property it would show up like a lien. He did a quick claim title over to another guy for a house he owned. I want my money and want to file a lis pendens so that nothing can be... Read more »
My father passed away without a will. He has two adult children and is not married. His estate is under 100,000. Is it better to use a small estate affidavit or heirship? We know that the small estate affidavit requires a 45 day wait period, but can not find anything regarding a timeframe for... Read more »
Yes, if you the children are getting along. If the people are not getting along the affidavit can cause some problems. Also, you must read the affidavit and make sure the estate qualifies - there is more to it than the estate being less than $100,000. No, you can not use it right away - 45 days as...Read more »
You may need an Arkansas licensed lawyer to handle the property ownership transfer and record the deed. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make...Read more »
If she gave him a Quitclaim Deed to the land and he filed it of record in the Circuit Clerk where the property is located, she is not entitled to any proceeds from the sale of the land. When the sale happens, the outstanding mortgage will be paid in full and she will no longer be liable to the...Read more »
There is a trust done as well and we thought the last two houses would be included in that trust. The lawyer found that her name is on the last two houses on the deeds. He says she now owns them outright. They also had an agreement when the houses sell, then my dad got back any and all money he put... Read more »
The attorney handling your father's estate should be able to advise you on this. He is correct that, if your dad and stepmom's names were on the deed and they were married, the real estate now belongs to her solely. You should ask your attorney about drawing up some kind of family...Read more »
Purchased a house through owner finance with a contract for sale through the title company. I gave the owner a 5k down payment 1 year ago. No I find out she has filed bankruptcy. I'm not sure what to do. Can I get my money back or what? Please help
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