They are going through a divorce. He is a senior with no other means where to live. She is also paying a portion on the condo. But he does not have any other means of paying that portion. So, According to Puerto Rico what are his rights as a Senior and part owner? And she left the home and he is... Read more »
If they divorce it’s likely to be considered marital asset and they may have to sell it to divide it. It all depends on the facts of the case and what the judge decides. If he’s not working with an attorney for the divorce he should considering doing so. If he is ordered to sell, then he may...Read more »
ex: no campers, boats, trailers, storage or for transporting atv type vehicles, no owning atv(type vehicles-4 wheelers, mudders,dirtbikes ect) in park, except by vacant land( only person that owns vacant land is hoa board member, and president owns golf cart whom rides around, lets grand kids... Read more »
Generally, no. Board members should not be amending documents themselves to start with. These documents are contracts and the Florida Supreme Court has indicated in an advisory back in the mid-90s that amendments to these documents require a Florida-licensed attorney and any non-lawyer might be...Read more »
half sibling has always stayed in NYC. The rest of us are in SC. Me and my sister have been staying in this house practically all our lives, but dad didn't leave a will, but all my siblings know and have heard my dad say he wanted for me to have and take over the house. I'm disabled now... Read more »
There are many options that can be explored to transfer title to you as part of the estate administration and probate process. If all of the other siblings are agreeable to transfer the property to you there can be an agreement signed or they can waive their interest in the property. A lawyer can...Read more »
Hire a competent Alaska attorney to draft a Deed. You can have a life estate/remainder deed, tenants in common, joint tenancy with right of survivorship, or many other types of future interest deeds. It may need a title search besides just examining to last Deed.
Your dead Husband cannot sign a Deed. Hire a competent attorney to search the title, determine heirship, and draft an Affidavit of Heirship. The Affiant will be someone who knew him and his Family. Record the Affidavit as your source of title.
We own a vacation property in a 6 unit building. Covenants state no renters. One owner allows her church members to use her unit 2-3 times a month. We can not prove money is exchanged. She swears the value to her is intrinsic. These unaccompanied guest cause numerous problems much like renter... Read more »
We planned to vote out our current HOA board to do a long list of issues plaguing our community. We will call an emergency special meeting with the stated quorum of lot owners in our Bylaws and have a vote. If the existing HOA Board is voted out during the Special meeting, do all members retain... Read more »
My ex husband quit claimed a piece of property to me 10 years ago. The agreement was that he would continue to pay the taxes in my name as he was going to keep the rental income. I just got a letter from his attorney stating that I need to give the property back now. She stated that I was his... Read more »
This is a potentially messy one. The first question I need to ask is what is the reason he will say he transferred the title to you? You write that he stated on the top of the deed "In dissolution of our marriage." This looks like a property settlement as a result of a divorce. If...Read more »
Why don't you ask this question in Justia > Ask a Lawyer > Puerto Rico? the fact that you may be in Florida doesn't make any difference how this question would be answered. The law may be different in every state or territory, as well as in Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
To pursue a legal remedy you need to go back to your marital settlement agreement or final judgment. You either have to follow what the agreement says or go back to court if you cannot agree. If you have a legitimate claim you can file a lis pendens with the court. That will notify any buyers that...Read more »
I am currently in a child custody dispute with my child's father. We co-own a house as of 2018 (never married) and after two years of domestic abuse I left with my daughter. We share 50/50 custody but am finding it difficult to aquire permanent reasonable housing for myself and my daughter.... Read more »
If you were never married, your rights to the property would be based on real estate laws and you have the right to ask the court to partition (i.e. have the property sold now) and have the equity distributed based on title ownership. So if he does not cooperate with you by 1) allow you to live in...Read more »
Nick runs a business out of a strip mall. One day, Nick's landlord comes to the business and shows Nick their lease agreement. In the agreement it says that the landlord can evict Nick with one days notice. Then, the landlord says, "So get out by the end of the day tomorrow.”... Read more »
Irregardless of the written lease provisions, the parties are subject to the State Statutes for Unlawful Detainers/Evictions. The Court System takes a little while to restore possession to the owner/landlord after the suit's filing, service, hearing, awarding judgment and issuance of...Read more »
It is possible. But what is the current zoning? And has there been any applications for multi-party, or at least large, septic systems? The Tax Assessor may be wanting to assess some Special Interests, where there is still one tax parcel, but several sub-parcels are apportioned for taxes.
My aunt own land in toshingo ms but its my moms an uncles as well she paased an i uave a feeling my aunt is fu kin me my sister an brother on our mothers share she sells trees off the land and i nees to know what to do to make this rite
You will need a MS lawyer to do a title search in MS to determine who owns it. An Affidavit of Heirship will probably be in order. If the Aunt is a tenant in common, then she can sell the timber. The Tenants In Common may need to file an Action for Partition, and also claim contribution from...Read more »
He hasn’t transferred title to us either. I pay all bills since I live here and don’t want to sell. If house was in our names, taxes would be less since I am disabled so my half would be lower. But I can’t pay $12,000 property tax bill alone. What do I do?
You could sue to partition the property, but that would just get the house sold, and the proceeds divided. Otherwise, you're looking at suing your brother periodically for his share of the expenses that you paid.
Generally, after purchasing in foreclosure you may remove a former owner through a Housing Court proceeding. It may be tempting to consider serving your own predicate notices. However, even a small error in such notice can result in dismissal of your entire case after months of litigation. In...Read more »
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