Salim U. Shaikh's answer If LL offer a month to month lease it may be fine provided it suits your requirement e.g. 60 days notice from either side to vacate the premises. Seek clarity as to how will LL calculate 60 days. Whatever is agreed, should not hurt you at the end. Your agreement should contain all these terms of the lease.
Nels Hansen's answer Congratulations on completing your chapter 13, very few people accomplish what you have achieved. In order to discharge the student loan, you will have to file an adversary in addition to a bankruptcy and prove the student loan is an undue hardship. This is easier said than done. When you file bankruptcy Federal Student Loans are put into forbearance. Once your bankruptcy is dismissed or discharged they are taken out of forbearance. Student loans also continue to accrue interest while you were...
Kenneth V Zichi's answer If he owes back child support, and the annuity will pass through probate you can make a claim against the estate for the child support.
The process is complicated, and if your children are all minors their interest in the estate needs to be addressed, and FURTHER if there was a beneficiary names and the annuity won't pass through probate there are additional issues.
Seek local legal help -- your divorce attorney probably knows how to best address the system in your area -- and...
Kenneth V Zichi's answer I am assuming your grandmother has passed, because up until that point SHE can change the will and do something different, sell her house or otherwise do what you mention here without any issue.
If she has passed, was the will properly probated and the property transferred to you and your uncle according to the terms of the will? If so, then the REMAINDER interest in the house subject to your life 'lease' COULD be sold, but that won't impact your right to reside there. If it was not...
Salim U. Shaikh's answer As you are aware of LL's selling of home where you live in, who may authorize someone (buyer/investor) to visit in and out of your rented home to look and assess its condition, etc. etc. Presence of LL is not mandatory. However, you can convey your concerns to LL that you must have informed of full details of person(s) whosoever visit your home is subject to your availability between xxx time to xxx time xxx days and that too reservation of time prior to visit must be fixed.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer If tenant has followed the terms and timeline given in lease in order to terminate lease, landlord is not allowed to charge for termination. Expenses on renovation etc. have to be incurred by landlord.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Your question needs further clarity. You claimed suspension from job for 3 days and on 4th day you have to join back or what? Seek explanation from your employer and in the meantime consult with Attorney of local jurisdiction for specific advice.
Peter Munsing's answer You bet. The underinusured is like another liability claim except the lawyer has to show your case is worth more than the limits of liablity s/he collected for you. The workman is worth his hire. (1 Timothy 5:18)
Peter Munsing's answer Look at your fee agreement. It usually says for the amounts recovered. Two checks for one case mean that's the amount recovered. The exception might be if one was for property damage not part of an injury claim.
Kenneth V Zichi's answer Probably not, but if they try it is IMPORTANT that you defend yourself! Don't let court notices go unanswered, and be sure you have an attorney on board who can review the WHOLE situation to insure there isn't some important fact that would create liability that we are missing here!
Get a local lawyer on board NOW to help defend you if you feel this is likely to happen!
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