Husband has taken the kids and car and now living at his moms. This leaves me and the oldest son who is not biologically his but has been raising since 2, he is now 9, with no vehicle. He said he won’t let me see the kids until I get a car. He makes more money than I do and we have always shared... Read more »
Father passed away. Succession listed separate property as community property giving his wife usefruct over property. He owned it before they married. Now the rightful heirs of the property want to fix the succession.
My wife inherited 50% her grandfather's house in 2013 when he passed away. We weren't allowed to move in because Louisiana deemed it a family house. Her aunt has been living in the house since 2014 but is not paying property tax. We received a letter in the mail with my wife’s name and... Read more »
At some point in time the taxes will have to be paid or you risk losing ownership of the house. Based on your post, it is not clear whether the sheriff has seized the property for a tax sale, or if someone pad the unpaid taxes and "purchased" the property---you need to contact an...Read more »
This sounds like there may be some contested issues----if so, I recommend that you contact a successions/probate attorney in your area to ask specific questions and the attorney can also ask you specific questions so that you can get specific information about your situation. Good luck.
I recommend you contact & meet a probate/successions lawyer in your area and in your meeting discuss the specifics of your situation----and how to close out the estates of both of your parents----good luck.
The Louisiana Trust Code begins at La. R.S. 9:1791. You can page through the sections at the website of the Louisiana legislature. Hit the forward arrow button. http://legis.la.gov/legis/Law.aspx?d=106739
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there is so much more and i do have proof its just finding a lawyer that will listen and take interest. this could turn into a huge case and ive been told poss. movie,,,lol. there is alot and these people have stolen, lied, bullied, and manipulate
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he is administrator and has completely neglected the property, home and funds- he has used ins funds and never fixed the home then claimed more damage and had appraisals done that changed from C5 to C3 even though the home is gutted and unlivable-however his lawyer attacks me in an 11 page... Read more »
Do you have an attorney? If you have an attorney representing you, then please discuss this with him. If you do not have an attorney, then please use the Justia search function and look for succession/probate attorneys in your area, set up a consultation or 2, discuss your issues, obtain your...Read more »
My father had an investment account with cash and stocks that he inherited. We have recently divided the cash asset from the account but I have asked to be bought out completely. My brother says it's not possible. I want to know if it is possible or if I can force the sale of the stocks? I... Read more »
You should definitely consult an attorney to be sure that signing these documents serves your best interests. You will be donating something to her that is yours- so be careful! Power of attorney let’s her act on your behalf- so be extra careful and be sure that is something you want to do.
Possibly, but without seeing the paperwork setting up the clause and knowing the circumstances behind the language, it is difficult to provide an informed answer----that said, if there is a chance to change that, then your best bet to do so would be with legal representation so I would recommend...Read more »
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