I live at a 2 bedroom apartment on the first floor next to the building entrance and the stairs. The main bedroom is next to the apartment entrance and we don’t sleep in it because we simply can’t! Noisy neighbors running on the stairs and slamming doors. In addition to the upstairs neighbor... Read more »
In 2015 I purchased a home. My ex(never married) and I, months later, after putting a lot of work into the house, split. Her and her father went behind my back to the loan office and drew up the paperwork to sell her the house for the same price I bought it for. I signed them. I didn't know... Read more »
You'll have to have an attorney review all the facts and advise you if you have any possible claims, such as fraud, or whether you might negotiate a resolution. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney.
I had a HUD partial claim with NOVAD. I recently refinanced and my lender paid off the partial claim as part of the refinance. The title company advised me that the check was cashed by NOVAD on 10/25/2021. It is now 12/24/2021. I have not received any official correspondence from NOVAD or my lender... Read more »
Our mom passed a year ago and had no creditors to pay. Her home is paid off and we (6 children) are deciding to quit claim deed the house over to only one of her children. Is there a type of deed that will guarantee that the property can be reclaimed by the remaining 5 if the 1 grantee defaults in... Read more »
Your mother is not capable of executing any document. In order to transfer real property most likely a guardianship will have to be placed by the Probate Court. Your mother is in a nursing home, so unless the assets of your parents are already protected, they will be required to spend down their...Read more »
You can file for divorce and ask for spousal support to help you pay for a place to live and ask for him to pay your legal expenses. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney who can advise you of your options.
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney who can search the title to the house in the county real estate records, determine the document he used to sign it over to you, and advise you if it can be taken back.
If your grandfather completed a full transfer (i.e. the property is now deeded to you without any contingencies) then it is unlikely he can just :take it back". I suggest speaking with a lawyer to have them review the documents involved with the "signing over".
The AC unit is included in the rental, but not mentioned specifically in the lease. I notified my property manger on Sept. 28th that the window AC unit had mold behind the vents. I asked for it to be replaced and after a little back and forth they said they had to order a new unit and it would be... Read more »
You can check the county real estate records to get a copy of the deed. A family member will have to file her will in the probate court to be appointed executor, or if she had no will, apply to be appointed administrator of her estate, who will then have legal authority to deal with her finances,...Read more »
My grandfather died in june leaving his assets in trust to his son and daughter equally. His son (my dad) died before receiving his half of assets. My dad was on Supplemental Security Income at time of death and for last 10 years. The family says his half of the assets will pass into his estate to... Read more »
SSI works differently than the Medicaid program. While the federal government has mandated that state Medicaid programs are to seek reimbursement from the estate of a deceased under certain circumstances, it does not extend to SSI benefits. That being said, if an overpayment was made by SSI to...Read more »
So I quit claim deed was given to me 7 years ago and I've been going through a divorce for almost that amount of time and it was just finalized a week ago Thursday and I went to file and paid the convenience fees and the recording fees but something wasn't on the deed a number I... Read more »
When renting the home I was not told or given any information about the HOA, nothing in the lease. I am trying to work w HOA, even tho legally they should be dealing with home owners, but they are just condescending, rude, and bullying throwing their attorneys around. I have been nothing but... Read more »
HOAs are governed by a set of rules specified in a declaration that has been recorded in the county records and is binding on all the home owners and any others staying in any of the homes. The HOA rules provide fines or legal action for violations. They typically prohibit outside parking of...Read more »
Medicaid could put a lien on half of the house in order to recoup any funds they paid on behalf of your mother. This is assuming she was in a nursing home or received nursing home waiver services or received Medicaid benefits after age 55.
However, if you took care of your mother for 2...Read more »
I complained to my elderly landlady how cold my tiny rental house (mo.-to-mo., no lease) was this winter, and the vents clogged with dust. Nothing was done. So I applied for a low-income energy inspection through an OH state dev. program (COAD). I got approved & an inspection date. I informed... Read more »
With only a month to month lease, there is no guarantee of rent, and no limit on any rent increases, even if they seem retaliatory. A month to month tenancy can be terminated by either landlord or tenant by giving 30 days notice in writing. So try to work it out with landlord after she calms...Read more »
To be certain an attorney should review your purchase agreement. Most that I have seen allow you to terminate the contract if the appraisal comes in lower, but you usually have to notify the seller that you are terminating the contract within a specific amount of time
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