Other rooms upstairs. He wants me to move out. he called the cops one time and they said he would have to evict me. Now he is saying he is signing the house over to my brother who doesn't like me this evening. The IRS has a 187000000$ lien on the house. Can he do this ?
My father had inheritance from his parents. My family wants him to be executor and I don’t trust him. He has drawn up paperwork for us to sign and file to make him executor. My question is if I sign this paperwork does it waive my right to open succession at a later time? We don’t have a good... Read more »
Some more details of it is I purchased a vehicle from a man I got title and registration under my name but everytime I try to get in touch with this individual for him to give me the car he hangs up on me he's done he ducking and dodging my phone calls I do not know another way to go about... Read more »
My kids paternal aunt just doesn’t like me& has repetitively&continuously been calling child services making false reports of abuse or neglect since 2018 July 2019 after a long battle with child services I was granted custody of my children Dad visits every other Saturday. July 2019 to... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There are template "answers" out there. But I don't recommend using a ready-made form if the matter at hand is important to you. Your response needs to address the items raised in your...Read more »
All that I can find on the situation is that it normally would not be illegal, but that the state can change this at any given point in time. Since the mask mandate all I hear is it is illegal to conceal carry and wear a mask which rightfully makes sense if you wear the mask to hide your identity .... Read more »
My husband’s co-worker has made numerous bizarre untrue allegations about my husband to disrupt our marriage. We found out she registered him for a race, picked up his packet and her packet and ran with both to make it look as if they ran the race together. My husband was working in a project... Read more »
Sister in-law lies to get an restraining order. My son have been living in this home for years . The grandma died who was living there and now the sister wants to take over . The sister name is not on the property but the aunt is and she wants my son to continue living there . What do we have to do
Mother’s son is professor of literature with wife who also works No young children I, the daughter, pay for everything for years Son refuses to help claims he is financially unable can he be legally made to help his indigent mother too?
Hello! I have a question about expired judgements. I have an expired judgement in the state of Louisiana. It was never renewed and no collection attempts. It was 15 years ago. I am attempting to purchase a home this year and want to know if expired judgements will affect the home buying process and... Read more »
If the judgment is over 10 years old and was not reinscribed then you can file an affidavit with the clerks office to have the judgment cancelled. Our office handles residential closings and have handled similar issues with no problem.
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