Yes, you can possibly sue the person who caused the fire for negligence or gross negligence. Gross negligence is somewhat harder to prove but could give rise to punitive damages if you sustained bodily injuries from the fire.
There are strategic reasons why you might not choose to sue...View More
Her and boyfriend are joint tenants on her other property both on deed. The other property is in my mom's name only and is paid in full and I live in the house .I have to file paperwork when she dies .What paperwork should I have ready in the State of Nevada?
If your mother dies before her boyfriend, he will end up owning the property they hold in joint tenancy. If you are an only child and your mother dies without a will you will have to probate the house solely in her name but you will get it unless creditors have a claim. Even if she had willed the...View More
I know the documents exist. But also have family that dislike me that have worked in those departments as administrators. I am being mislead and homeless. My tribe has took my home, have not helped me with any type of shelter nor resources. This is concerning my home, my grandmother has purchased... View More
I understand that this is an extremely difficult and stressful situation for you. You have certain rights to access documents and records. Consider contacting a legal aid organization or an attorney who has experience in tribal law and property rights, who can guide you through the proper legal...View More
In Nevada, the laws governing condominiums are outlined in the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) Chapter 116. It's essential to understand that condominium bylaws and NRS Chapter 116 work together, and neither typically supersedes the other completely.
Relatives are living there rent free because of health issues. I want to store my dad's belongings there and they are telling me there is no room. I've heard my uncle is going to try and get it. What can I do or where do I start? There is no will. Do I have any authority at all? Please help
Based upon what you have said, the house and dad's other assets will become yours as an only child, however the assets will most likely have to go through probate to become yours. You should consult with an attorney soon regarding opening a probate action...View More
Nevada does not recognize common law, but is a community property state. This means that anything that is acquired during the marriage, debts, properties and/or assets are subject to equitable division upon a divorce. Thus the house that was purchased during the marriage would have been subject...View More
I am not certain what your affidavit is, but if it is not recorded in the County where the land lies, it has no effect. Hire a TN attorney to search the title and advise if a quiet title, ejectment, action, etc. is needed.
Acknowledged" refers to the act of a person declaring that they signed the deed voluntarily and that the signature is their own. "Proved" refers to providing evidence, such as witness testimony or other documentation, to establish the authenticity of the deed or the identity of the signer.
There are judges who promptly sign orders that have been submitted, and other judges who don't. In the latter case, I've experienced judges who haven't signed routine unopposed or agreed orders for months.
I purchased a home that my boss financed for me. I signed a promissory note for 5 years payment then balloon payment or get new financing. It is now due. We have reached an agreement that my boss will now do a 30year financing. How do we change the note from 5year to 30year? I know there will be a... View More
Hire a competent NV attorney to draft a new Note and a Modification of the existing Deed of Trust. It is better for the mortgagee to keep the recording priority of his Deed of Trust as modified of record. But the old Note needs to be released.
executed and recorded at the county recorder and yet the title co want her to sign a document or provide the death certificate (my wife is deceased) & they are telling me quit claim i no good. Do they have the legal authority to demand this
Your situation sounds like it may benefit from speaking to a probate attorney. unfortunately our firm doesn't handle these types of matters but I am certain you can get assistance from a probate attorney. wishing you the best.
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