Hello and thank you for using Justia. You first need to contact the morgage bank to remove your wife's name from the mortgage. Then you will need to draft a document of seperation of marital property to personal property under a postnupcial agreement.
Seeked Legal advice and handed checks over to this lawyer that were in both her name and my dad’s. That was 5 years ago and now the atty is avoiding my mom and has all her accounts frozen. The atty is also avoiding my calls. It is a large amount of money and my mom has not received a dime of... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You will need to create an Estate for your beloved Father and do a declaration of Inheritors in a Court process. Once the Court has issued the decrece declaring the inheritors , the next step is to file the Estate's Inheritance tax return. This will create a...Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. In Puerto Rico we have tutorship and guardianahip . The major differences is that the first must be Court approved but the other can be done by a Notary Public if both parent's are mentally capable.
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My mother is the last living sibling and her father has a piece if property in Puerto Rico. My mother only knows the name of the area. How can I find out where it is and include that info in her will that we are trying to draft.
My father still owes money to the bank in regards to four more payment but it is under my uncles name. The property had belonged to my deceased grandmother who currently has been set for my dad and uncles. My dad built a house on the property and I will like to know what to do to transfer it to me.
for the land (not house itself) she did not put any monies into purchasing the land or construction. I have never seen any paperwork and want to find out how I can get all the information regarding the house. Does she have any rights over me for the house?. She does not allow me to do any repairs... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Happy New Year. If your parents we're legally married at the time of purchase of the land and constructión of the house without any prenupcial agreement, then most likely yes your Mother is half owner of the house and property. You Will need to verify the...Read more »
The property that was to be mine is setting. I'd like to build on it. But I have no paperwork or title. All other children have more than one property. Just need some help with what to do. My sister doesn't want to give me the property. Is there anything I can? Thank you
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Happy New Year. Yes you can have the property registered in your name. The process is to first do a legal study of your beloved Father's Estate in order to verify if said Estate was indeed created and probated as per law, registered and filed in the Registry of...Read more »
My husband is getting child support taken out from his Check every week he was not aware of the order from Puerto Rico as the child or month we are no longer in Puerto Rico and he has been paying support directly to her. Now she has not been getting the money taken out, from asume in Puerto Rico as... Read more »
He threatened me that he would call the police and get me arrested for kidnapping, he doesn't want the baby to leave. What is the law on this? Could I get in trouble? What can I do to prevent this issue? We are not married and I've been the one with her always. No custody by court, but I am the... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You have physical custody and as such can leave. However he does have parental rights and as such can file in court for visitation rights. The child also has rights to receive financial support from biological father. The best way to handle this situatión is...Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You can claim it as your own through squatters rights. However this will take thirty years. Your best bet is to do a title search for the owners and then verify with the property tax authority (CRIM) if the property is under execution for collection of taxes....Read more »
We went and saw the house several years ago and no one has lived in it since they passed away. It does however, have lots of damage. We live in the states and not in PR making it difficult to keep up with it. We would like to sell it. What are the steps, if it's not too late, to claim the house... Read more »
You can still claim ownership but you should speed up since property taxes will accrue and you don´t want someone to occupy it since after a number of years they could later begin a process to transfer the title to their names.
Can a single mother be acussed of kidnaping her own child if theres no court custody order in texas and wants to get away moving to Puerto rico without permission due to emotional abuse from father Constantly being threatned with taking child from her, and constantly recording her to create a case.... Read more »
If there's no custody order at the moment and given some extraordinary situations, emotional abuse being one of those, you can travel to Puerto Rico with your kid and file for custody after 6 moths of living in here or request an emergency hearing where you can prove with legal assistance your...Read more »
First, you have to make sure that the inheritance paperwork was finished so that the house is officially under your name. This can take time and effort and should only be done by an attorney. If you were "left a house" then we would assume it was via a will, which has to be validated according to...Read more »
My father still lives in puerto rico. I have a brother out there that can not trust. I cant go to Puerto rico but need to transfer the land to my name. Can I do it from the us? I dont have anyone I can trust
You can do it from the USA but, just in case, you will need an attorney based in Puerto Rico. On the other hand, unless your mother left a will, any real estate assets left will be jointly split among her children, with a small portion going to your father, if they were still married.
Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. Unless he has been emancipated under law, he is still a minor thus child support payments will continue. You must request emancipation. Once your son is emancipated, you then have to file a Motion in Court for the elimination of the child support order....Read more »
Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. A felony warrent can be executed in Puerto Rico if Michigan files a request thus in theory yes you can be extradited. Your best bet is to hire an Attorney in Michigan and have the case cleared up. You may be able to set up a payment plan and avoid extradiction.
Uncle is real estate agent and has created a trust to place all siblings portions of the land into. However as my father has passed no action was taken by the trustee to include his children. He was not married and died in Puerto Rico. I sense my inheritence is being robbed by my dads siblings.
If you're member of a trust where your uncle included everyone of your siblings, including yourself, chances are that this was perpetuated by a procedure in a Court of law. Feel free to give us a call and contact our offices.
Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. Being a minor of 18 years old the Mother still has legal custody over her. Unless your son and her are legally married or she is legally emancipated, your daughter in law is still a minor under the custody of her parents. It is very unlikely that a Judge will...Read more »
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