I'm not sure how much nor the status of the case. I received a message that it was in there. My siblings had the heir's property partitioned sometime last year. I'm sure it isn't much and would like to withdraw it on my own if possible are there special forms that I need to use... Read more »
Depending on the status, you want to have an Order signed by the Judge stating that you are entitled to withdraw/receive those funds from the registry. Depending on the status and amount, it might be best to have a lawyer represent you and accomplish this.
When land transfers and a deceased person is involved, my usual answer is to hire a probate/succession lawyer to consult and possibly hire-----you want to make sure the transfer is correctly done and thus the reason you should have legal counsel. Add in the additional factor of the land being out...Read more »
You need to pay for a review of the contract by an attorney and bring the entire lease. The 60 day notice provision, if accurately represented, is "valid" because parties may contract on any matter not prohibited by law. Your question is unclear on how you think you can recover 60 days...Read more »
Cops told me she will press charges tomorrow if anything broken or damaged. She doesn’t even live there. She illegally evicted me 10 days ago. Never served an eviction notice. She gifted me her home, got pissed at the world one day, told the cops that she allowed me to stay there while she was... Read more »
They evicted us during the cares act protection. They forced us to move in a home with no roof and no heat with four children 4 year old boy with ADHD and a hearing problem, 7 year old girl who was distraught and cried, a 14-year-old who also had a very rough time with this and a 17 year old who... Read more »
Your only chance of saving your property is if you retain an experienced LA mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Unfortunately, there is no basis to file a lawsuit against the mortgage company based on your stated facts. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY...Read more »
I signed a lease and paid deposit and first month rent. Next day I told the landlord I wasn't interested anymore. She said if she get someone in the house unit within 3 months that I will be off the hook. She rented the house the very next month. New tenant was living there. I checked my... Read more »
to us which we lost in foreclosure. we never extended the driveway where the servitude of passage is shown on map from 2001. now the new owners are using my driveway and yard. my father in law says he never gave access through his property and wants a gate up at the road leaving new owners no... Read more »
There is almost for sure an Easement By Implication granted to some of those parcels, if not also an Easement By Prescription. Easements can be terminated, but expect to be sued. Hire a competent lawyer to advise you about what you can do, and be prepared for litigation, which you probably should...Read more »
Usually when a seller reserves mineral rights, they reserve them forever. You might think about negotiating a lower price because you will be getting less than you originally expected, or say no to the reservation of mineral rights, or say yes to only a partial reservation.
The decedent's house would pass to his brothers, if he left no parents, spouse or children. The brothers will need to open a succession. If all the decedent's assets are less than $125K, and all of his heirs are in agreement, they can execute a Small Succession Affidavit to transfer the...Read more »
My step dad has no kids and never married. He raised me since I was four and I’m now 33. He left everything in a will to me. He still owes on his home and has two harleys and a truck that are paid for. He has never filed taxes in his life and has always received a 1099 from his boss of 30+ years.... Read more »
Yes, you have to file a succession to get title to the house and vehicles. It also might have to be administered depending on the debts. Just in general, the process can take anywhere from several weeks to several months for most cases.
Hire a competent attorney to conduct a title search and determine heirship. Then he drafts an Affidavit of Heirship, which when recorded, becomes your all's source of title. Get a buyer, then the lawyer can draft a Deed.
My husband received money while we were married from a personal injury lawsuit he had before we were married. He started a trucking company and titled everything under his name. I was told that since he started the company using personal injury money I was not entitled to anything because he used... Read more »
Personal injury pain and suffering and lost wages money from an accident before you were married is his separate property, and anything he buys with it is his separate property. Hire a community property lawyer immediately.
I been living here 10+yrs and grandmother living here longer. Will has been claimed invalid according to courts. I have two siblings & brother doesn't want estate but sister does and am currently trying to work a deal with her. We live in Louisiana.
If you or are an owner or heir to the property, they have no right to evict you. To require you to move would most likely require one of your siblings to file to have the property partitioned or sold. Good luck.
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 ?
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