She lives on the rental money from a condo and lives in the other home. We have been trying to have her put the houses in her daughters name but she wont because she uses the tax breaks from owning the homes.
Maybe not. Depending on the kind of debt, if the creditors want to enforce their rights they can sue your mother's estate (i.e., the houses and ay other assets she owns) after she passes. Consult a collections lawyer.
The remaining mortgage amount is an amount one co-borrower can pay independent of the other co-borrower. (In fact, one co-borrower has always made 100% of the mortgage payments.) One co-borrower is not planning to move; the other had moved away from the home years ago. Both co-borrowers pay real... Read more »
My husband and I own a house with my brother-in-law a 50-50 split. in 2014 my husband and I separated for 1 year and have since reconciled. my brother-in-law is claiming that during that year I abandoned the property and I have no say in anything that took place in the house. I believe that since... Read more »
My Case No. 17-CV-106 in Rusk County used the same defense against my estate to get dismissed from the action . My case is on CCAP and I would like to know how it relates to Judge Andersons reasoning and Oral decision . Please call me at 860-460-7399 . Thank you , Hugh F. McCaffery , Jr.
If you are wondering why lawyers here on Justia frequently advise people to consult with a lawyer who handles their issue it is because Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions. Most of the lawyers are very experienced successful...Read more »
If you sold your house through a Realtor, lawyer, title company or other closing agent they should have given you a pro rata credit for the 2019 taxes you paid and an offsetting charge against the new owner's proceeds. Look at your closing statement.
My sister and I together inherited half a summer home from our father. Our mother owns the other half. We want to buy out our mother and we have the funds to cover her half of the equity. But we can’t get a loan to cover the remaining mortgage, because the property is a duplex, not our primary... Read more »
There are at least four different but related legal issues involved here. One of the answers includes practical advice which if followed could eliminate all other issues. Consider hiring a good lawyer to help you chart a path through this minefield.
My sister and I each inherited 1/4 of a vacation property in Brigantine NJ upon our father’s death. Our mother owns the other half. My sister and I have been paying the mortgage for 5 years now and we want to invest a large amount of money on repairs and improvements. We want to buyout our... Read more »
Your question is far too fact specific and beyond the scope of this forum. Your situation will require an in person consultation and detailed analysis. This is beyond the scope of what most attorneys would handle in a free consultation. This is a very complex situation, more so than you probably...Read more »
This is precisely the reason you should have retain an attorney. Did you check the Surrogate's office to see if this descendant had a will admitted to probate? You really need to retain an experienced NJ tax lien foreclosure attorney and have a complete document review during an in person...Read more »
We asked via text so there is documentation of several requests. Now landlord doesn't want to rent to us she says because we are asking her to repair too many things. She has stated she's not putting anymore money in the house (hence the reason there is no CO because failed inspection was probably... Read more »
You can retain a litigation attorney to file suit against the landlord. An in person consultation and document review is necessary to obtain proper legal advice. Depending on the specific town the apartment is located in there may also be additional remedies available to you.
There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your questions and address your concerns. You need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney to handle this matter and determine what your rights are.
I have done nothing malicious. I am 23 and on college. I am pregnant and my father is threatening if I don’t terminate the pregnancy he will kick me out of the house. I told him he needs written notice of eviction. Of course he then attempted to write it on a piece of paper which of course proves... Read more »
Your parents do not have to provide you with a home indefinitely. Your actions in getting pregnant without any financial support from the child's father is irresponsible on your part. There is no legal basis that I am aware of that would enable you to sue your father. Why are you staying at home,...Read more »
My lease agreement says under “no condition does my expired year lease become a month-to-month lease,” which is what I want, due to unreasonable noise from the apartment upstairs, which I have reported to the landlord.
The landlord has written to the tenant above me to quit making... Read more »
I have two issues. My son put down payment on a piece of land in a remote area. He is supposed to pay the owner + pay the taxes every month until it's paid off. the owner will hold the deed until he pays it off. It doesn't seem kosher to me. My son does flip houses and is familiar with real... Read more »
Yes, scams happen all the time. I suggest you have your son set up a consultation with a lawyer as you have many questions here and obviously this will take some time and more information would be needed to answer these questions. Expect to pay that attorney for his time and advice.
Do not agree to sign any such document or you will lose your home and have nothing to show for it. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY WHO IS LICENSED IN YOUR STATE FOR LEGAL ADVICE. This is merely suggestions for you to think about in discussing your situation with the...Read more »
I own a 2 family home where I reside I rented one of the apartments my tenant decided that she could start a daycare without my permission or letting me know I found out because she told me the same day she started taking care of the kids. I told her that on our lease it stated she can’t run o... Read more »
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