My son has 5 felonies and we jointly own a house 50/50. He'll go to jail and stay anywhere from 7 months to 36 months and each time he comes back to my home(his house) he destroys it a little bit more. This time he tried to burn it down around his 86 yr old grandfather and myself. I'm... Read more »
My son live with his mom the pool is directly out door used. Basically the house and carport take 2 sides fence back aways but on one side a fence one side is completely open. My son is 7 he rides his bike around pool, plays around pool its a on going argument. I say its unsafe is it even legal?... Read more »
During heavy rains, the small storm drain in front of my house gets overwhelmed and water backs up indoors. The city cleaned ditches for me once; the next time I contacted them they ignored me. This is not a flood zone at all. This is a miserable situation. Is the city responsible? If not, who? I... Read more »
One option you could try is to contact a member of your local government for your district, maybe a city council member or someone along those lines. If the situation you describe is something that other residents in the vicinity are also experiencing, it's possible that an elected official...Read more »
Teaching opportunity: The law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime; the Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex." Accordingly, if Louisiana laws regarding "rental law" do not contain anything about landlords...Read more »
Buyer's real estate agent has taken advantage of my elderly parents since the start. Buyer has failed to make payments on time every month since signing. 45 days have been given each time. The contract said for improvements to be made to houses and property. None have been made. Rather the... Read more »
After his death me and my siblings were awarded the estate. His wife remodeled the house before listing it not realizing that it wasn't her property. The person that did the work was her nephew. They placed the Lien on the property and their attorney refuses to remove it. He has been given... Read more »
My ex-husband and I have several Judgements. We want to sell our house, can we get a clear title? Also someone told him something about reestablish money? That they can't touch the first 50k of any equity we have in the house.
I used to live with my mom (parents never married) and my mom died when I was 10. The house I used to live in was just me and my mom and I think my late grandfather MAY have been Co owner. I moved in with my dad till the age of 18. My uncle (grandfather's 1st wife's son), moved into the... Read more »
Call or go to the mortgage and conveyance office for the parish in which the house was located and find out who does own it. If your Mom or grandfather was an owner, then you need to hire a succession attorney.
The daughters can't do anything with the property that wouldn't be subject to the usufruct. In other words, it would be hard to find a buyer, other than perhaps another family member, that would purchase it knowing that the purchase would be subject to the grandson having a right of use.
Call the Sheriff for your parish, threatening to burn your house down, dealing drugs, harassing you and shaking you are all criminal offenses. Then after he is arrested, just have his camper pushed out onto the street.
We have had fair offers on the table but have been unsuccessful. One of the heirs is the administrator and he tried before closing succession to get everyone on board to either buy or sell to no avail.
You will have to administer the estate, have the court appoint someone as executor/administrator, and then get authority to sell after an offer is submitted in writing and contingent upon court approval. Then, the proceeds are split (after authority from the court, again) either by intestacy law,...Read more »
There is no law requiring that you hold property for a minimum time before re-selling. However, tax consequences could differ on income/capital gains. You should address that scenario, and your specific circumstances, with your CPA.
Before we were married i bought a mobile home And put it on his land.both are fully paid for. I’ve known him/his family my whole life i just want this divorce to be as quick, painless, fair as possible.
Am I free to sell to get out from under the mortgage or does it have to go through probate before I can sell? His estate may be getting sued so I have been advised not to go through probate yet, but I don't want to be stuck with this mortgage to pay by myself.
My sincerest condolences on your loss. If your husband's name is on the title to the property, you will likely have to open his succession to sell the property. I would strongly recommend speaking with a probate attorney to discuss this matter with you further.
We bought 2 acres in St Tammany Parish, LA about 2 yrs ago that the neighbors have “helped themselves” to for several years prior. We can’t keep them off the property (their driveway crosses the property line, they dug a pond that is 80% on our land, and their trampoline and swing set are on... Read more »
If your deed and survey show that you own within certain bounds, you can have an attorney send a formal demand, failing which you could also try to file a report of trespass with law enforcement. If the neighbors continue to resist those efforts, you will have no other option than to file suit - a...Read more »
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