The main signer filed chapter 13 last year. He fell behind now bankruptcy case is voided. He will get wages garnished. My concern is to protect my grandmother. With her living in florida I'm not sure where to start .
I was served a subpoena to give testimony at a deposition. I am a NJ resident but the subpoena was filed in Florida (United States District Court for Southern District of Florida). It's in regard to a timeshare exit company we used. The address of the meeting place for the deposition is... Read more »
No, it does not, that is called a scrivener's error. The doctrine of a "scrivener's error" is the legal principle that a map-drafting or typographical error in a written contract may be corrected by oral evidence if the evidence is clear, convincing, and precise. So it is valid as is.
we are 2 non married people listed a deed for a condominium purchased in Hudson County, NJ in 2003.
At the signature the lawyer added after the names "as joint tenancy with rights of survivorship" We would like to remove this annotation to keep the property listed on the deed as tenancy in... Read more »
The better practice would be to have a new deed prepared with you both named as grantors (sellers) and grantees (buyer) using your desired name or relationship. You must also have a deed recording sheet, and a
completed GIT/REP3 form attached. The necessary forms may be obtained on line...Read more »
suing the estate saying liability carries over to the estate. The property was never in the estate as it was sold prior to his death. Can they sue for clean up? I understood the liability for my father stopped when he died. The buyer never did due diligence when buying the lot and cannot claim as... Read more »
You will need to have a real estate attorney review the 2004 sale documents and the documentation regarding the alleged contamination to provide an opinion as to whether the buyer has a claim or not. The real estate attorney can then assist your probate attorney with either paying or negotiating...Read more »
He is trying to get another mortgage in nj and I was wondering since it’s not hitting his credit will being on the deed effect him? And if so is there anything he can do like quitclaim after the fact? Any suggestions thank you
When a foreclosure complaint is filed, any one who either owns a property, or who has a potential equitable interest in the property, will be listed on the foreclosure complaint. A quitclaim deed is not worth the paper it is printed on and will not change anything. What is on his credit report is...Read more »
They were approached by a former interested party, before house was put on the market, that they have cash for the sale of the house. The person is a builder & will rip their house down to rebuild. My parents are out of attorney review by 1 day so far with another buyer is there a way to legally... Read more »
I receive rental income from a property to which I am one of the heirs. Another one of the heirs is acting as the administrator and sends me the money (check) every quarter. She only sends handwritten notes of how much each heir received. What type of statement can she prepare to send us so that we... Read more »
The 28,500 is for a person that purchased a co-op then moved out and left the house(co-op) to my mom. Years later asked for her deposit back. My mom changed her will to leave her the money. 2 questions. Can we close without a Tax Waiver and how much effort do we need to put into finding the... Read more »
The short answer is that the tax waiver will be required. Based on the fact that $28,500 is passing to a class D beneficiary, you cannot file an NJ Form L-9 – Affidavit for Real Property Tax Waiver. Instead, you must file an inheritance tax return and upon its completion, you will receive a tax...Read more »
A woman is one of five children. She lived with her elderly mother and stepfather for the last 10 years. Her stepfather dies. The house and all assets go to his wife. Then his wife dies. The woman who has lived in the house for the last ten years has paid bills, remodeled and paid taxes on her... Read more »
When a person dies without a will, the property the decedent owned is distributed through a process called probate to the decedent's heirs according to the states laws of intestate succession. If the decedent had surviving children but no surviving spouse, which sounds like the case here, the...Read more »
I manage a multi-unit property in NJ and we have a tenant (contractor, a corporation) who rents a storage garage on the property. Landlord is an LLC owned by a family member. There was a commercial lease that ran for one year and expired in May 2019. Tenant did not renew, landlord continued... Read more »
You will need an attorney to help you file a summary dispossession complaint in the Special Civil Part - Landlord /Tenant section - in the county in which the premises are located. This is the proper legal way to remove the current the tenant without resorting to self help.
I would not get a realtor to help you draft a good lease for your new rental property. It is in my opinion that you consult with a qualified attorney whom has experience with Landlord-Tenant issues, so they may draft you a lease that is good for your needs! Best of luck!
The dog is on my credit card and I'm the main name on the vet and doggy day care record. I have credit card records showing all of the food and toys I have purchased for him. Also have all of the vet bills and 6 out of 8 are on my credit card. The last 4 months (post breakup) I have made a note of... Read more »
Do you seriously believe a Court will want to get involved in this matter? I can understand that a dog is almost like a child, but a Judge may not be so tolerant. Perhaps you could give you ex a different dog to try to work this out?
I brought my father to living in New Jersey 3 years ago because of his declining health. My father never put the property under my name because he was always to ill to go back to PR. My father is now in a nursing home and we don't know what to do about the property. We don't want to lose the... Read more »
You do not have to wait. The state of New Jersey does not require legal notice or an allotted time period of waiting prior to filing a summons and complaint with the NJ Courts for Non-Payment of rent. My firm offers a free in office consultation for your case. Feel free to contact me at anytime!
It depends on EXACTLY how the house was titled when your mother passed. It might have all gone to your step-father and then to his son pursuant to his will, but there are a myriad other possibilities. Show the deed and the two death certificates to a local real estate attorney or a local probate...Read more »
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