answered on May 18, 2023
The way to get a release of judgment for back child support is by paying the back child support. If you cannot afford to pay the arrears, you may need to look for a way out of your contract, otherwise, the buyer may be entitled to sue you. This is something your attorney should have discussed... Read more »
I recently discovered that property I purchased and obtained QCD, but I never filed with county court office was sold again by same seller to another person and QCD filed exactly 1 month before mine was filed. Both QCD were filed but now seller claims ownership of property. What can I do about this... Read more »
answered on Mar 19, 2023
If you failed to file your deed then you will most likely not receive the land because the other person did and will be viewed as the new owner. The original seller coiso be subject to some legal action on your part for unjust enrichment or fraud but you will need to contact an attorney to get the... Read more »
my grandparents lived and owned the property. I think they purchased it in 1965 or earlier. The easement was given to the Oklahoma electric company (PSO) by someone that did not own the property and i can find no tie between that person and the property other than the fact that they gave PSO the... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
Initially you must search the title as apparently you have no knowledge of the title. And I would also search under the alleged easement grantor's name to see if there is any record of him having an interest in your land. If nothing legitimate shows an easement granted, then a lawsuit is... Read more »
My dad lives in Texas with my sister, her daughter and granddaughter. They have robbed him blind and I was called by Edward D Jones rep and told that they were using his money fast. I reported to APS. I was informed they already had open case and saw several problems. So my sister and her family... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2023
It is definitely time for you to come visit your dad.
There are clearly several matters which need to be addressed.
1. If your mom is dead, you need to make certain her estate has been properly probated in the county where she was living when she died.
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answered on Oct 15, 2022
Property division should have been covered in your decree. Majority of property division is done prior to decree additionally there is normally a clause in the decree when one person does not transfer title, usually within 30 days, then the decree can be used to get the transfer complete without... Read more »
We have a contract to sell the property and the surveyor said part of home over property line. What can we do to be able to finalize sale?
answered on Aug 31, 2022
You are not able to sell the home, as you will be sued for warranty breaches and unmerchantable title. Hire a real property attorney, not a title company, to search both Titles and attempt to get a Boundary Agreement with the adjoining owner. You may have to pay him for the encroachment. Record... Read more »
I've lived with him the past 8 years. I'm the only family that was present in his life. He married my grandma when my dad was a child. His only blood relative is an estranged niece from his sister. He planned to leave everything to me so my kids and I wouldn't be kicked out but he... Read more »
answered on Apr 13, 2023
Even if her right to the property is superior to yours, she had no right to lock you out of your home without due process and a court order. I would call the police (not 911).
She didn't welcome the touch. He then pushed her on the bed and tried to preform oral sex on her. She pushed him away. He then gave her a surprising $1000 instead of the $500. She was facing eviction that same day and it was dismissed. He again contacted her the next day telling her to come to... Read more »
answered on Apr 11, 2023
There is a fine line between “transactional sex” and prostitution. The landlord and your girlfriend may have crossed it.
I recommend that you ask your girlfriend move as soon as possible. If they did this once, they will likely do it again. You should not want her to go down that... Read more »
Oklahoma State Statutes: Title 41, section 111, Subsection G states that an occupant of a property without the landlords approval is a trespasser. Can a judge declare the law not applicipable because the occupant has been there 9 days or more?
answered on Apr 5, 2023
Unless you plan on appealing a judgment, as a practical matter it is irrelevant to the owner/landlord. Hire an OK attorney to file a civil suit against the occupant for possession, what many people call an eviction.
My grandmother has lived in her home since 2005-2006. There was never any written agreements for tenancy nor was the house sold to her. It was a verbal agreement between her and a friend that she was allowed to live there. Since, the owners have passed away and their daughter now owns the home.... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2023
Potentially has adverse possession claim, however if she was there with permission then that removes the adverse aspect. Contact a real estate attorney for your best advice.
My mom left her 5 children her house in a will. All our names are on the deed. My 2 sisters live in the house and will not sell it. They won't let me see the will and get nasty when I mention them buying me out. Last I remember was my mom saying it was suppose to sell but not sure if it was... Read more »
answered on Jan 20, 2023
If the Will was Probated then it will be at the Courthouse. Hire a competent OK attorney to file suit for a Sale For Partition.
Deeded or willed. One of them lives on the 5 acres in the home where she had lived and had been there for about 5 years she has been deceased a year. No probate has been drawn up who has ownership of the property and can they sale all it or give it to another family member like a uncle or such?
answered on Dec 24, 2022
Probating the grandmother’s estate will be the quickest and least expensive route to take. Sooner is better than later.
answered on Oct 30, 2022
You must, get deed from the persons you purchased the home from. If this can't be done, consult a real estate lawyer to start a quiet title action.
We've been separated 7 years, divorce hasn't been filed, our property was put up for auction due to delinquent taxes, I managed to pay all taxes due & keep home. He has never tried to return to the home. He has legal obligations that also keep him from returning to the home. How do I... Read more »
answered on Oct 30, 2022
Since you're still married, both you and husband must sign deed to, New purchaser. Only way to remove him is through a divorce.
Granddaughters started cutting down trees or branches on the land where her grandfather lives. (Part of the estate)
Can she get in trouble for that or fined?
She didn't come to the family to ask permission to do this.
answered on Sep 26, 2022
She has a right to cut trees on her own land. Other tenants in common might sue her for contribution or a partition.
In a divorce we as ordered 7yrs ago for my house to be sold and property be sold , divi50/50 . Now court is trying to make my home go to sherrifs sale. Nothing is owed on my home
answered on Sep 10, 2022
Could be for property taxes. Those are yearly regardless of a mortgage or not.
So the lady about the house from died she had a guardian that’s trying to take me to court for the house and trying to quiet title I am representing myself I need to know how to respond to that quiet title
answered on Aug 29, 2022
If you believe you have an ownership interest, and/or live there, you will have to hire an attorney. Quiet Title Actions are usually complex. To start with, have you even searched the Title?
The realtor had scam artest investor do and inspection then he ask for a price reduction of $1000.00 I said no but the realtor trick my divorce into says yes and it closing it went for a $1000 less. So lost $500 on sale of house. I have huge emotion stress over this. I want to sue but she claim... Read more »
answered on Jun 12, 2022
Sorry, but I don't think that you have a case. The divorce court apparently approved the sale, and 7 years later your claim would be barred by the statute of limitations.
It's time for you to move on and get over this.
answered on May 19, 2022
If they have a utility easement then yes they can clear the trees out.
My mother is 80 she has been taking care of her parents property with the help of me and my siblings for many years. Her father died in 1966 and mother in 1985. They died with no will in place. Since that time she has paid the property taxes and all upkeep. She had 4 siblings all deceased now. None... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
She should consult with an estate planning/ real property attorney. It is likely you will need to obtain deeds from the children of her siblings, file one or more probate cases, a quiet title suit or some other action to resolve the issues created by the length of time since her father's... Read more »
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