My mom died intestate when I was 17. I am her only child and she was a widow her only living next of kin is her brother. I am trying to avoid going through the court since washoe county doesn't want to let me file everything with the court on my own but hire an attorney instead. I realize that... Read more »
You can't get title with an affidavit. You will need to do a probate. The proper value of the estate is the value of the home at the time of your mother's death which is probably a lot less than the current value. The Court will accept the Zillow.com value and the Zillow.com website...Read more »
The property is assessed at $7900 her estate owes me about $28000. How can i transfer title and deed to my name. There is no escrow or mortgage and im suppose to be her trustee. No deliquent taxes or liens and nobody contesting
I've been on a home loan for 10 years, but only lived in the home for 3 months. I've asked numerous times over the past 9 years for the other party to refinance with no resolution. They agreed to refinance in the presents of a family law attorney 6 years ago, but it was never submitted... Read more »
I tried to contacting xxxx LLC no response there was a fire on the property and I have no insurance policy to give my neighbor. The last time I spoke with him we decuss Renting to Own agreement that was 6/2013. The neighbors fire had me do some research and I found out that xxxx was sued for over... Read more »
Your question has so many variations and possibilities that n one can properly answer it without substantially more information and investigation. Cantaloupe a local attorney, one who specializes in civil law, criminal law and bankruptcy. You have a very complex issue that may only be solved with...Read more »
If the deal does not state that title is held as joint tenants with rights of survivorship then the deceased person’s share Will pass pursuant to the terms of that person’s will or pursuant to the laws of intestacy.
Ahhh the REAL reason people should not do DIY estate plans. ASSUMING Nevada recognizes holographic wills (Talk to a local attorney about that one) and FURTHER assuming this meets the requirements of such under Nevada law (again, consult a local attorney) the language is as you note a bit ambiguous....Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your experience as it correlates with stories I've heard frequently since starting legal work in Florida. I recently wrote an article for the local state bar about this very issue. You can access it at https://www.targheelaw.com/article
I was advised by an attorney that if down payment was not paid to the timeshare company or developer, my contract would become a "dead deal" and my credit would be unharmed. The property is located in Nevada. I was made aware by this attorney that the company will attempt to intimidate... Read more »
This may be a moot point given the time that has passed since you asked this question, but I've seen it both ways. Resorts are increasingly reporting delinquencies to the credit bureaus. Was this your case? I'm interested in knowing.
They refused to tell me the cancelation period out loud. Insisted we lie about income we have 42 thousand they put 90,000.00 also we qualifed for a credit of 3,000 sales pushed for 9,000 and only used 6,000. Inorder to get the credit my wife was lead to stating false employment and shes jobless.... Read more »
You asked this a while back, so I'm hoping you have this resolved by now. If you have questions, however, I did write an article that you and your attorney may find helpful. It's about the timeshare industry and how best to protect your interests. You can find it at www.targheelaw.com/article.
They mislead me and did not ever advise me of my rights to cancel till it was too late . I am 1 day late because I was on vacation and didn't fully read till I returned home. They even lied about how much I made to the credit care company, it Wyndham ,
You may have some options. I wrote an article on this subject for the state bar association that you may find interesting. You can find the article at https://www.targheelaw.com/article. And feel free to let me know if you have questions.
Whether you father died in a state other than Nevada or your father died as a domiciled resident of Nevada you need to contact a probate attorney in the State of Nevada for advice. Each state has control over real property located in the state where the real property is located..
The property is in the state of Nevada where community property law applies. What steps need to be taken to transfer ownership of deed to my mom? I understand no probate needed -- correct? Does filing an Affidavit of Death of Spouse Holding Community Property apply in this situation? How do we... Read more »
Sorry to disappoint, but since the timeshare in Nevada is considered real estate, the only procedure available is "Set Aside Without Administration." Most people will need a lawyer to do that. In addition to the fees and costs of the probate lawyer, the timeshare company may charge a...Read more »
Five options: 1) Buy out the others; 2) get them to buy you out; 3) file a partition suit to force a sale or a compromise buyout; 4) stop paying taxes and eventually the taxing authority will seize the properties for back taxes (possibly leaving a shortfall that each of you will still owe); or 5)...Read more »
Because it was a real estate deal, it needed to be in writing. I
Nevada’s statute of frauds is set forth in various sections of the Nevada Revised Statutes. It renders the following types of contracts unenforceable unless in writing and signed by the party against whom a claim is...Read more »
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