In a UD action, at a hearing of which I appeared in pro per, my friend came with me, for support, and for me to have a witness, but was denied access by the Bailiff, denying me the chance to verify claims now before the court. b4 entering ct. rm counsel put me in a moral quagmire, weighing my... Read more »
You need to discuss all these issues with a lawyer. This question and answer format does not give us the opportunity to review all your evidence, or lack thereof, and then give you clear advice on what you might do.
Furthermore, there is insufficient information about what the result of the...Read more »
She passed several years ago, and the house is still in the name of her estate. We've been living in the house. First of all, we'd like to transfer the title to us, so we'll need to know how to do that. Beyond that, the house is in disrepair, and either needs to be completely... Read more »
The process of administering a will is called probate. It sounds like the house is still in your mother-in-law's name because no probate was ever done. You need to hire a probate attorney to help you probate your mother-in-law's will. That will get the title to the house updated and...Read more »
We agreed to keep the assets out of the divorce and handle it amicably between us. This was not entered into our divorce decree. Twice he has given me a verbal that he would refinance and buy me out. Then he tells me he is waiting to use the equity in our home to purchase his parents home from his... Read more »
The buyers sent an offer to the sellers through their agent. The sellers sent a counteroffer. The buyers agreed to the counteroffer and signed the contract. The buyers agent sent the signed contract to the sellers agent via email.
The following day, the seller verbally told their agent... Read more »
Dear Buyer of "cancelled" Purchase Contract: The moment the Buyer delivers an executed Counter-Offer a BINDING CONTRACT FOR SALE is formed. Seller will try and position that the "delivery" was not effective because Seller's Agent failed to look at her email. Buyer will...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your mom's passing. Unfortunately, the Power of Attorney expired upon her passing. However, there are a variety of methods that can be used to settle her estate, depending on how much the estate was worth. For instance, if your mom owned real estate and had a...Read more »
My parents gave my grandmother and her husband over $7000 to help purchase the home they live in since 2000. She has passed and we found out that he had her sign a will leaving all assets and insurance to him while sick with dementia. My parents had to provide tracable checks from their employers... Read more »
You definitely need to bring a claim in Probate Court. If you don’t know how to do that, see a lawyer as soon as you can. Any document signed under severe pressure (legally called “duress”) can be challenged and, if successful, will invalidate the Will. Also, if your grandmother had lost her...Read more »
Hello. My boyfriend and I purchased a home together. He was unable to alone because of his credit, so he asked me to be on the house too so I did. He keeps threatening me saying he’s the one investing the money (he knew my finances up front and was fine with him paying for fixing things up) and... Read more »
Yes, if you are on title you would be entitled to something. however, if he made all the payments, he could be credited for those. you would need to have a full consultation with a real estate attorney as to your rights and the specific facts of the matter.
The president and other board members of my home association conjured to propose penalties against me. They are prejudicially and selectively isolating and discriminating against me based on my race, creed, and national origin. They conspired to create and to apply fictitious rules and false... Read more »
Start by looking for good civil rights attorneys; there are many good ones between Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Do a Google search and then start calling and talking to as many as you can until you find someone who indicates s/he can...Read more »
I have the grant deed to my property and i have failed to make it to court, the papers i was given had incorrect spelling of my name and the plaintiffs name was not even the person involved in the case so i thought they were a hoax but the sherrif showed up saying i have 5 days and tomorrow being... Read more »
Now it is too late to do anything but be prepared to leave and take as many of your belongings that you can take with you. But you still need a lawyer. Look up the Orange County Bar Association's website and...Read more »
I assume you are the Plaintiff, representing yourself. The title of your filing will be "Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Demurrer." It is not required, but the Demurring Party may file a "Reply to Opposition," five Court days before the hearing. Good luck.
Jack and Jill transfer property to Jack and Jill has Trustees of 2005 trust later jack-and-jill transfer to Jack and Jill as Trustees of 2010 Trust which trust is the property in is any corrective action necessary where would the hang-up be at the title company the recorder the Assessor and does... Read more »
You have provided insufficient information to allow me to answer your question. I suggest you contact an attorney in your area and ask for a free consultation. Make sure you take a full chronology of your story, stating what happened, when, who was involved, and identify all witnesses, both good...Read more »
We are selling our house and accepted an offer however. We have to back out due to my father-in-law becoming sick now they They threaten to take us to court for wanting to back out of selling our house. We offer to pay all their expenses and maybe an extra couple hundred due to the inconvenience.... Read more »
Your options will depends on a few more specific facts. You need to call and speak to a real estate transactions attorney so they can review the documents involved and the specifics in order to give you options.
I have extended his closing date many, many times but he has not deposit any funds in the escrow company. He has an attorney and every time we ask for the money, he keeps saying that he is going to file a lawsuit against the seller, realtor, and escrow company. I DO NOT HAVE MONEY FOR ATTORNEYS... Read more »
Seller Seeking Earnest Money: In a standard California Real Estate Contract you are FIRST required to seek resolution by filing for Mediation before either party can resort to litigation. Mediation is reasonably costed and does not technically require that you engage an attorney to represent you....Read more »
I believe this is your third question about your grant deeds. I suggest you go to a lawyer and get your situation handled properly rather than try to piece together various lawyers’ advice. But to answer your question, it is possible to transfer property from one trust to another, but not in all...Read more »
The answer to your question depends on the language in your specific deeds. If the grantor is still alive and has a revocable trust, it’s possible the property could be in either trust. Some people have more than one trust (for example, a separate property trust and a community property trust)...Read more »
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