Hire a competent Missouri attorney to: search the Title; determine Heirship; prepare and record an Affidavit of Heirship; and then draft a Quit Claim Deed for most of the Heirs to convey their interests over to whatever Heirs want the property. The Affidavit should be one of your...Read more »
You file against the legal corporate name, listing their principal office address. You serve it through the Registered Agent. But keep in mind that when you sue, the Defendant will probably evict you. And hopefully you have some idea of where to execute a prospective Judgment.
one of his tenant's recently built a ramp that extends 20 feet onto my property. I own the road that goes in front of his homes and allow ingress/egress but can I tell them not to park on the road, can i put up fence with openings to allow entrance to a drive way?
You should have already hired a lawyer and filed Suit for Trespass, Complaint To Establish A Boundary Line., etc. It is possible you have already lost alot of land. Adverse Possession is very real and if you do not act, you lose your property.
My mom's parents owned a home together in GA (w/o rights of survivorship). They had 3 kids (#1, 2, & 3). Kid #1 died in 2001 & has 3 children. My grandma then died in GA in Sept 2003, presumably leaving her half of the home to my grandpa & her children/grandkids.
First, get a lawyer to help you through this. By the time to finish with all the issues that will arise, you will find that a lawyer will save you time, and at the end of the day, money. You can only open a probate in the county where the deceased person lived. There are some rare exceptions to...Read more »
We had entered an agreement that i would be working from home and now its been 2 months of heavy loud construction here and my quality of life has significantly diminished. Also ive recently found out i likely have a disability being unable to process high volumes of sensory input and before the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. A Georgia attorney would be in the best position to advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. The things that you describe, in terms of construction noise or clocks, are really more in the territory of a landlord-tenant attorney than a personal injury...Read more »
Prior to that the owners had died and told my mom she could have the house because she cared for them when they needed help for shopping and healthcare. I have keys to the home and have painted inside and put a wood floor down and was in process of roof repair. But last week the house was boarded... Read more »
It does not appear that you have any legal or equitable interest in the property. You did not mention taxes being paid by you or any type of deed conveyance. In fact it looks like you do not even have possession which a new owner would have to evict you from. Adverse Possession cannot be filed...Read more »
I own a home in Alpharetta, GA, I believe transferring ownership from myself to an LLC I own would allow the LLC to expense mortgage payments and Repairs & Maintenance costs as a cost of maintaining the property for tenants. I also believe the LLC could capitalize costs related to capital... Read more »
Yes you technically can, but it doesn't work. You end up netting if it works out well and you have to defend it in an audit. It always ends up being net taxable when the IRS recalculates the FMV of the rental.
Once you run all the numbers it's comes out that you create tax out of...Read more »
I’m sorry to hear this. There are details that we don’t know. Did you give her permission to park it there? If so, for how long? You may very well be able to call the police and take action to have it removed. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
No. Your husband needs to file to open an estate for his father in the county where his father lived. He should attempt to be appointed administrator. Once he is appointed administrator, he can determine what the next decision for the estate should be. It is not to move into the house....Read more »
My grandmother was murdered 2 weeks ago I was finally able to bury her yesterday. I have her testament and would like to know what my next steps are. I am here in Puerto Rico now but I live in Atlanta, GA. I need an attorney here who will help me probate this estate, access her accounts and sell my... Read more »
Offering a will for probate and administering the estate when you are not local can be very difficult. We would be happy to assist you with the issues you discussed in your question. There are many good law firms around the Atlanta area, but you want to locate one that specializes in probate...Read more »
Your post includes Personal Injury as a category, but there did not appear to be any injury-related issues in the brief description. In terms of the discrepancies with belongings you describe, it might be helpful for an attorney to know more information - were these discrepancies in connection with...Read more »
The property deed half ownership is still in uncles name,(intestate )50% and split with two nephews. Aunt never transferred in her name, died, who inherits Uncles half?Aunt had a will, but again never change ownership. Help please do l need to probate her 1/3 rights? Or passes to the nephews upon... Read more »
If your aunt died in Georgia, you will need to open an estate in Georgia. You will then need to contact a KY lawyer to help with transferring the KY land. You may have to open your uncle's estate in the county where he died as well.
She originally had her Ring camera aimed directly at my door, blatantly filming me and my bf whenever we opened our door and recorded directly into my unit. Since my initial complaint she has redirected her video down the hall, however, it is still up, against our CC&Rs (Architectural... Read more »
From a cursory perspective, yes your neighbor would be violating Georgia’s eavesdropping statute, however more information is needed before a definitive answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
You will need to closely review your lease to determine what type of notice is required by the landlord. If they provide the notice per the lease and you refuse to move then they will have to file a dispossessory action (eviction) in the county in which the property is located.
Legal measures could consist of checking existing insurance coverage, providing adequate notice in the way of warning signs, and checking local ordinances. Safety measures could consist of fencing (if feasible, based on size of pond), grill or cover (if pond is small enough), safety equipment such...Read more »
Office is closed for Corona Virus, however I have always walked my check into the office. Surely they could pick up mail weekly and process my check. Do not want to jeopardize my credit rating, but can't do online banking. Do I have the right to mail my check?
I would think you would be able to mail in the payment to the apartment office. Someone must be checking the mail there and it will get processed. Some people, such as yourself, don’t have online banking. Since you always pay it by check I think it would be okay if you mail it in this time....Read more »
We are small business owners. My wife and I operate a gift shop in Savannah with no employees. The building was recently purchased and our rent increased by 80% in February. We signed a 3 year lease. That lease does not have any option for termination by tenant.
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