Hire a MS attorney to search the title and determine heirship. Then draft a deed from the other siblings over to you, with at least a proper derivation of title clause if not a recorded affidavit of heirship. Get them to execute deed, then record it.
Both of my parents died last year. They maintained an estate trust. There are four children listed with my sister being designated as the executor. Recently she distributed the first disbursement in which she wrote herself and my two brothers checks for $150,000. She gave me property in the... Read more »
You do not have a right to any type of certain deed conveyance. You can make a motion in the Probate Case, or an action against the Trustee, for a better distribution of Trust Assets, but you will probably lose. Hire a MS attorney to advise you of what to do, but I think you will find that her...Read more »
As a Partner you should be able to either sue for a Partition Sale or Division In Kind, or dissolve the Partnership. The Partnership Agreement may define your rights in assets, so read it. Hire a competent MS attorney to either sell the timber, the property or dissolve the Partnership.
My mother died from a terminal illness. After mom passed away my sister said she didn't leave a will but later on she said she found a will and mom had left me her car . I also asked her about my mom's bank account cause the hospital just gave my sister my mom's debit card, she said... Read more »
This does not sound at all like you are being played. When a person dies, everything he or she owned in his or her individual name (with no beneficiary designations) must go through a legal process called probate in order to get those things transferred to the intestate heirs (no will) or...Read more »
The house without permission from 2 of the heirs, and threw out personal belongings in the yard & kept my personal belongings she wanted. The house is still in my mother's name. How do I get my inheritance as being an heir
In order to transfer the titles and deeds of property to another’s name after the death of the title owner, the estate will need to be probated so that the Court can issue an order allowing the transfer. The IRS can, of course, seize property to satisfy the tax debt; however, the question is...Read more »
The deed to the land cannot be changed without court intervention. It should be probated so that the deed can be changed to the names of your father and uncle. That, however, won’t solve your problem since you are not an heir to the land. You have to establish residency in the county yourself,...Read more »
I received my patent for tax forfeited lands. I went to visit the property and was told by neighbors. People who were living there appeared a year ago with paperwork saying they owned the land. There is little information on what to do next. I was told by sec of state office, my patent is the only... Read more »
From the looks of it, you may need to consider getting law enforcement involved to effectively escort the people off of the land. Assuming that they have no legal interest in the property, then they are trespassing.
The divorce between the couple has no effect on the lease. That is a separate issue altogether. The best thing to do is to contact the party who signed the lease and ask what their intentions are regarding the house or you can wait and see if someone will remain in the house. You can then make your...Read more »
If you did not get a Deed to land, then you did not own it. Rent to Own is a Lease with Option to Purchase, which may never happen or have to be sued upon to enforce. You may have a Breach of Contract Action against the Seller, so contact a competent MS attorney. But the seller may evict you...Read more »
At the time of my grandmother's death she still owed a mortgage on her house. I paid off mortgage and have paid all taxes and upkeep on property. Her will states house is to be divided between my aunt, her 3 kids and myself. No one has paid anything except me. Her will has not been probated.... Read more »
A person's will cannot be changed after the person has passed.
It sounds like you are living in the house and that is why you have paid the mortgage, taxes and upkeep. When one co-owner pays carrying costs, normally that co-owner is entitled to reimbursement from the other co-owners...Read more »
You may be looking for something else. But the important instruments are the Mortgage which is recorded at the Courthouse. The Note is secured by the Mortgage, and there should be some Note terms in the Mortgage. The loan servicer is not the lender, and probably owes you nothing as you are...Read more »
There is no recourse for you against anyone. But your Parents probably took the property as heirs at law under intestate succession. You may want to hire a competent attorney to search the title and determine heirship. Then you record an Affidavit of Heirship in the County Records. That will...Read more »
I can't see if this question is linked to the topic I was researching. It concerned cemetery law. 2013 Mississippi Code, Title 41 - PUBLIC HEALTH, Chapter 43 - CEMETERIES AND BURIAL GROUNDS, CEMETERY LAW
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