taxes on home won't be paid if the home is sold will mom be taken care of by Medicaid? or should we just let the rehab nursing home put a lien on home.House is paid just property tax just my sister is their for now has nowhere to go
Mom lived in Suffolk County, NY. I live in So. Florida. I want to be the administrator (my brother agrees). Will has not been submitted for probate yet. I'm going to NY feb 1. Estate has about $40,000 in bank acct and bill due to nursing home for about $20,000. I'm concerned about how much time has... Read more »
My father was dying the beginning of this year and my sister started telling my parents she wasnt going to do anything for them anymore if they didn't sign their house over to her. My father had also told me she was spending thousands of his dollars while he was in rehab, $30,000 to be exact. My... Read more »
My mom, brother and myself were joint tenants in 2001. In 2014 my mom transferred her interest to my brother for a life estate deed and then sent her away to live in a nursing home in another country. Can I file for partition of the house if she is no longer living there?
House was inhabitable, racked up fines, utilities in thousands of dollars, was told she would not have to pay anything, they would take care of it and will give her five thousand dollars cash. today utilities say my mom owes, called these guys and they said they did not tell me that! I would not... Read more »
I am disabled and need an apt that is accommodated with railings and is hard to find. The closing will be done in 45 days and not enough time to find apartment. I am the person selling the house but I had a reverse mortgage and not making a profit. 82 yrs years old and need more tie to find an apt... Read more »
It is impossible to answer this question without reading the documents. Our office provides untethered legal services so if you would like we can review the matter for you had a very low cost and advise you appropriately. At that point you will know where you stand legally, they can make the...Read more »
I was begged by mother to move in to kick out troublesome family members whom she had allowed to stay there. she kept telling me that it was my house(she wasn't living in the house at the time). after moving in, I was told that I couldn't kick them out because it was her house which means that she... Read more »
My father had an AMEX card for 50+ years. He was allowed to give me my own card. I used it only for emergencies, but then my husband lost his job and we started using it to pay bills. Also, I gave him use of it for expenses for his small biz.
We cancelled the card recently bc the debt was... Read more »
You cannot stop the calls. It is his debt. AMEX will settle for half in a lump sum, typically, or give a payout. Your dad is not judgment proof, and he will be sued. You need to get authority from him to settle the account and be prepared to pay.
Will not let us see will. How do I get the name of laywer? Now 2 with name on house are saying it's theirs, and we have no claim because it is is their names. What do I need to do? We have allowed them to live there rent free 5yrs.using other $ left to pay taxes. Put that way so homeowners didn't... Read more »
It's was accepted threw NYC court co-op members provided me a certificate and proprietary lease now I received a letter from social services wanting to put a lein and take away property. What can I do to prevent this from happening?
So I don't lose out on anything, I decided to list all my defense and ask once again to see all original documents, and after 30 days which is reasonable enough for the courts ask for it to be dismissed . But I want it dismissed where it can't be sold agin to someone else. I am tired of dealing... Read more »
Probably won't matter if a) the docs were filed with the county / register, b) they can submit an Affidavit outlining the documents were lost and what efforts they made to find the originals plus that the duplicates are exact copies.
While bathing my mother, her caregiver had to quickly react to an abrupt movement on the mother's part. During the process, the caregiver's mobile phone fell out of her pocket into the water. Is my mother at fault? The caregiver insists it's my mother's fault. I contend, since my mother did not... Read more »
That typically comes with the job. The caregiver shouldn't have had the phone in her pocket. What are the terms of the work agreement? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more...Read more »
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