There's a habitability problem at this senior's complex. When I report anything to the manager, she thinks I'm a problem. I have a letter with all of the details, and pictures, I'd like to send you, if I can have an email address.
I just found out that my grandmother had dementia and can't remember much. I recently learned that my grandma had put her house in my mom's name. Her son Ronnie (my sperm donor), his girlfriend and my uncle Tim are all living under her roof and haven't taken her to a hospital in fear of losing... Read more »
You can go to the local county recorder's office and look up the deed and obtain a copy by paying a copy fee per page. If you are unable to do that, you can hire almost any real estate paralegal or attorney to obtain a copy for you. Some real estate agents have the ability to do this as well....Read more »
My parents were divorced and the house was moms. Father remarried another woman ten years ago . Hes claiming to be a widow his wife is alive and thats a lie. I am my mothers only child and rightful heir to her estate . My because my mom signed my grant deed to transfer my home to me and I found... Read more »
I am an occupant at an apartment on a month to month lease. The lease holder cannot pay her share of rent and is a extremely negligent of the place, she wont report damages in fear of receiving an eviction notice. She is constantly breaking the rules of the lease. I pay for half of the apartment... Read more »
Talk to the landlord about this situation. Unless I miss my guess, your former roommate cannot just leave and let her boyfriend move in--because his name is NOT on the lease. Your landlord will know what to do.
There are several potential deadlines. The most common is "60 days after the superior court clerk serves on the party filing the notice of appeal a document entitled 'Notice of Entry' of judgment or a filed-endorsed copy of the judgment, showing the date either was served." The other deadlines...Read more »
My mom is ripping me off and giving my money to her daughter that's not my dad's I worked with dad since kid with no pay cause he promised me half the property and my mom always hated that and now she sold the house I found out by getting a eviction letter from new owner and is not giving me my... Read more »
I am saddened when I read yet another story about someone (in this case your dad) who engaged in do-it-yourself estate planning and it failed, to the detriment of the intended beneficiaries. It would have been way cheaper for your dad to hire an estate planning attorney to do this right than it is...Read more »
How did he get this done without my permission and without my knowledge. Who knows how many times he's done this then puts the money back in later. The $30k has been put back. This still has to be illegal to do. Is there criminal charges for this? And right now he is stealing half income from every... Read more »
I feel I can do anything I want as long as I notify the other beneficiaries. But what form i use to do this and how i send it by mail or what? And if they dont want me to how will they let me know? What happens if they dont agree and if i insist? What is this called?
With full authority under the IAEA, you have the authority to sign a deed in connection with a sale transaction assuming you have the consent of all beneficiaries, but not the authority to make a distribution of the estate without court approval. If you do not have the consent of all...Read more »
If by quitclaim, you mean sell, then you do not need a special order for the sale to proceed. However, you still have a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries, and you must follow the mandatory procedures, such as giving proper "Notice of Proposed Action".
Our contract specifically stated we will settle through arbitration out of court. They told me through email if I don't turn in keys by yesterday, they will start proceedings today. My colleague walked into the office to pay them 2 months rent but they would not accept. We had paid whittle a month... Read more »
Go to the Sacramento County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral service and request a referral to a lawyer or law firm which can fight this battle for you. It seems like the landlord is trying to breach the lease because of the increased cost of the utilities. You may have a good case and should...Read more »
. I found two errors after the fact, i.e , 1 paragraph, the defendant was accidentally named plaintiff and another paragraph states in part "plantiff had never received from X party" It should read "other" party. Will this effect verified complaint? Do i need to amend?
No one can predict whether or how errors in the complaint will affect your case. If a jury thinks that the errors are material, it can affect your credibility, since you swore that the complaint was true.
You can file an amended verified complaint once, as a matter of right (no court...Read more »
12 HI contracts with 1 GC 10 paid in full due to how progress payments worded Only 3 HIC completed 65% work don 85% of total balance paid Arranging financing for 1/2 of 15% left but now have preliminary lien notice from subcontractor & want to hold back 10% of total balance until resolved & all... Read more »
Dear Owner Requesting Advice on Retention Payment issue: While I am adept at advising owners in a construction setting, your question as stated is probably not capable of reply in this limited forum until more information is obtained. Critically, an attorney would definitely need to review the...Read more »
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