She has abandoned the home and moved out of state. My ex and I are both on the title however the loan is in my name. Can I get reclaim the home since she is in contempt? Can a judge order removal of an ex off the title?
You can file for contempt. Unless your divorce decree allows you to reclaim the home, then that remedy is not available. If the divorce does not mandate that she be removed from the title if she is in default, the judge cannot order that either. The judge cannot change the decree - just enforce...Read more »
I recently completed a loan assumption and modification on a property originally owned by my mother, who died intestate in 2012. I was the temporary Administrator of her estate which nad no value, until the estate was closed in 2013. I am unsure now, what type of deed to file with the county... Read more »
You should prepare an Administrator's Deed transferring the home from your mother into your name. This assumes you have paid all debts of the estate and have paid all other heirs whatever their inheritance should be. Further, as temporary administrator, you have no authority to transfer real...Read more »
I was unrepresented in my divorce and requested to have my name removed from the mortgage within three years. With my mind in the wrong place and believing I could trust her to make the best decision for us as a family, none of my requests were placed in the decree. Now that I'm remarried and... Read more »
You cannot modify property division at this point. Take your decree to an attorney and let them look at it to see if there is any way to accomplish what you are trying to do based on the language of the decree as written.
Have You or Any Person Who Will Be Occupying the Apt. Ever Been Convicted, Charged, Arrested, Indicted, Plead Guilty or No Contest, or Received Deferred Adjudication or Probation to (A) Any Felony? Or (B) Any Misdemeanor Involving a Sexual Offense, Stalking, Illegal Use or Possession of Weapons,... Read more »
I suggest that you consult with a real estate attorney. You should obtain insurance on the property, and this usually is obtained through the closing attorney. Unless the closing attorney represents you, you might be well served by retaining a real estate attorney to represent you. This response...Read more »
We have been living in my husband's family home for five years. His mother passed away two years ago. His father nine years. He is disabled and can not read. Recently, we have discovered that it is his name on the deeds along with his mother and not his father's. We were considering... Read more »
I understand your situation to be this: Your husband and his late mother are the Grantees in the Deed to the property you both live in. If your husband and his mother are shown on the Deed as owning the property as "Joint Tenants with Right of Survivorship" or closely similar language,...Read more »
we inherited my mom home she had no will we appointed my aunt as administrator my brother and i had to move out of my mom home due to tge activity and behavior of my sister for the last 3 years she has been in the home not paying any rent just land tax once a year my brother and i are tired of not... Read more »
I lost my job and must sell house. I have an offer and need to close by 3/30. Divorce decree awarded house to me and I had forgotten LLC. Ex died in 2015. He was self employed and incurred IRS debt while married. Divorce also stated he agreed to pay IRS debt and he made payments until death. IRS... Read more »
, you did not mention whether the title to the house is in the LLC. You said he formed the LLC for the purchase for the purpose of buying the house. The LLC owns the house you will need to probate your ex-husband's estate in order 2 remove the house from the LLC. To open his estate, you will...Read more »
My son died 3 yrs ago, left me as beneficiary to leave his older brother his house to make pymts.The Finance Co.REFUSES to Acknowledges ...my Older Son(that house was left to) nor Myself to Even Discuss this? What do You Suggest??
Who owns the house and who is responsible for payments on the house maybe two different people. When your son passed away, I assume he had a will. That will left his house to you for his brother it seems. I assume you have probated his will and the executor has retitled the home into your name or...Read more »
In Georgia, real property held by multiple persons as joint tenants with survivorship passes to the surviving owner (or owners) on the death of a joint owner. If real property is held in the name of one person, to whom the passes depends on whether or not the decedent had a will. If the decedent...Read more »
You have suggested two different things in your. The first is that you want to son to have your house and you want to make sure you will not be asked to leave.This is accomplished by signing a quit claim deed giving your house to your son. Then, enter into a contract with your son for you to have...Read more »
At this point, it might not be necessary to have a probate proceeding for either estate. It might be possible to address the title issues by use of an "affidavit of descent." However, with 10 deceased children, preparation of such an affidavit could be quite complicated. You should...Read more »
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