My wife and I purchased a house in mckean county which I paid for. Ahe doesnt work. She contacted the attorney and told them to put only her name on it. They didn't contact me to see if it was ok. However my wife is refusing to put my name on it and now I have a feeling she is going to sell it out... Read more »
I suggest filing a "lis pendens" against the property in McKean Co. in the Prothonotary's Office there. Anyone looking to purchase that property in the future should see that there is a cloud on the title with that filing.
Driveway. It’s fine if they are there 3-5 minutes, but I have a consistent woman who parks, leaves her car running and blocks the entire driveway for upwards of 10+ minutes. Even when there are spaces to park away from the driveway and no one is blocking her in; she chooses to block my driveway.... Read more »
This sounds simple but isn't always. If there is a mortgage currently on the property, then you have two options: 1) notify the bank/lender that you are seeking to add someone to the deed and go through the bank/lender's process for that (if allowed) or 2) refinance. I typically recommend...Read more »
The lot is the only parking area for most consumers/business owners in this area, and has been used by anyone for 50+yrs. The new owner wants to block it off. People also use this as a through way. Is there a grandfather clause for This? How do I find it? How do I prove the grandfather law?
We are still married but separated. I want to sell the home to my granddaughter but he said because his name is on the loan he will not move out until it is removed. Does he have the right to do this since the title is in my name.
Your husband does not have the right to remain in the home if you are the sole owner. However, if both of you are paying towards the loan, a most important question, which you did not address in your fact summary, if you force him out of the house, he will stop his payments on the loan. Unless...Read more »
My question is if they buy out my property to set up a drill pad, should I try to negotiate for not only the replacement cost of the buildings, but the lost income of the property? The lots are only 100' wide, so any drilling will affect multiple plots. There are 5 rentals beside my home plus... Read more »
My property has a narrow alleyway beside my house, which leads from the back of my neighbor's house to the street I live on. Their home and front door are on a street parallel to mine. Their deed states they have use of the alley; my deed does not. I didn't see their deed prior to purchasing my... Read more »
The only way that your neighbor could have gotten an easement would be by way of a deed of easement from a prior owner of your property. That likely would not be shown specifically in the deed that you got. However, if you purchased title insurance when you bought your property, it would be...Read more »
by court decree in 2000. Beneficiary now listed as owner on county website. Bank, sole trustee, wants to sell MI2. Beneficiary not in favor. Orphans’ Court proceedings where Petition to Authorize Sale of MI2:
a) Describes the decree of 2000 as, "Pursuant to Decree of this Court dated …... Read more »
Regarding the property you can PA1, it would be very rare, unusual and unexpected for a court to order it back into trust after it has already been distributed. I would say the risk of that is extremely low.
Regarding MI2, this probably is all taking place within the same original case...Read more »
I was elected to the HOA Exec Board of a condo apartment building a year ago. In that time, other residents/owners in the building have requested to attend Board meetings, but other members of the Exec Board are refusing them admittance. Since they pay HOA fees and assessments when billed, it... Read more »
I live in Carbon County I was put on a payment plan for my 2017 taxes and I lost my job I called up and tax Bureau and Jim Thorpe and told them the situation and they said if I don't make that $312 payment that I need to come up with $2,500 to pay my 2018 and the 312 that I owe if somebody can... Read more »
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