Hire a competent GA attorney to Quiet the Title if you feel the Deed is a Cloud on your Title. Otherwise it is not your concern. Especially when it is not filed in the County where the subject property lies.
You need a competent GA attorney today. Title co will claim it does not represent you, so very weak causes of actions apply. Seller may be liable on covenants of title, but maybe not. Also someone should have looked at survey, and you do have some responsibility. You have bought a lawsuit.
I declared bankruptcy in 2016. I received a ledger from Lazega & Johanson, a collection law firm, very away after receiving my bankruptcy discharge. It stated that I owed them an absurd sum in association dues, which included fees and interest.
I discovered after looking at the charges... Read more »
Per Bankruptcy Code 523(a)(16), these debts are probably not dischargeable in bankruptcy, so you would continue to owe them. Whether they represent an accurate balance of what you owe is a different issue.
I suggest clearly breaking down all charges and payments made (like a statement),...Read more »
Within the estate without an attorney? I want to sell one of my dads houses before it goes into foreclosure, my sister lives in the home but can no longer pay the mortgage. need advice quick in Macon Ga
POAs are terminated by the Principal's death. Since the Will was not Probated, it has no effect. The Heirs At Las of the deceased owner are the owners of the real property. Contact a competent GA attorney to determine Heirship, then draft an Affidavit or the Deed stating the...Read more »
That would not be a smart move unless the revenue officers are levying on other property such as bank accounts. You would be better off hiring a GA attorney to explain the applicable SOL's after a title search. Then make a decision on any type of conveyances subject to the liens.
If, in the separate maintenance agreement, one side kept the co-owned home and renamed in their name only while the other bought their own home with the decree settlement, do both properties automatically transfer to the surviving spouse if there is no will? In other words, can one spouse move... Read more »
If your name was not on the property, then then the estate will have to be probated in Probate Court and the property will be distributed to his heirs. As a spouse you are considered an heir, however, you will need to look at your separate maintenance agreement as to whether you gave up your rights...Read more »
Hire a competent GA attorney to draft and record a Boundary Line Agreement. Mutual Quit Claims to the other for property on the other side of the surveyed boundary is what it mainly entails. But you still need to describe the Beginning Point and ending corner, so you need a good lawyer that can...Read more »
US citizen (Georgia resident at time of death) had a land in France. He had a will but that specific property was not included in Will. What inheritance law applies to this property? Georgia law or French law? I would appreciate if you quote the georgia law section that mentions that.
The Residuary Clause of the Will includes non-devised real property. So the Residuary Beneficary owns the land. You will have to hire a French attorney to cure title there, but I am sure a certified copy of the Probated Will is necessary for ancillary administration.
Not necessarily. Prior to a lawsuit being filed, the parties to a dispute, need, controversy, etc. may enter into land agreement(s) which will resolve the dispute, need, controversy, etc. If the agreement is good for both sides, it can save them a great deal of money by not having to litigate the...Read more »
This property is in McDuffie County. My grandparents land . Okay This land was let to the family . So I received a letter from a lawyer asking me to sigh so the property can be given to my Auntie’s daughter . My Auntie has been paying the taxes since my grandparents passed . Now she has passed... Read more »
Are you referring to ensuring lawyers are legal to practice in the state? You can call the state bar to make an inquiry regarding that. They will also tell you if there are complaints against an attorney.
I had the deed to secure debt due to a loan with property owner
two years later due to ongoing financial help half interest in the deed was quick deeded into my name The property has foreclosed and the homeowners accosiation is vying for a portion of the excess funds and there position is... Read more »
I don't follow your posting and the situation is likely too complicated for an online forum like this anyway. You should retain a local real estate attorney to advise you. And just FYI, it is called a "quit claim deed."
I have texts saying when the trailer should have been moved, the buyer will not respond. I advised the person in early Dec that Jan 17th was deadline and that I would not close if she could not move the home, she said it would be gone ..its Feb 1 and there are still no efforts to remove it. I... Read more »
You state that you spoke with the Superior Court Clerk to learn what to do. By GA law, no person other than an attorney licensed to practice las in GA may answer that question. Under law, if the Clerk had rendered an opinion, she/he could be charged with a crime. You should now direct your...Read more »
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