I live in the house. Dad and Mom wanted only me to have house, not my brother, because I took care of them for over 10 years. There are no papers signed though for me to have it. My brother said you have to have his name on it also because they left no papers for me to have it.
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You will want and should speak with a Florida Estate Planning Attorney, just adding a relative to a deed can be problematic based on what you have described, you may want to discuss with an attorney the option to add the relative via an enhanced life estate deed (ladybird deed) instead as an...Read more »
I received my patent for tax forfeited lands. I went to visit the property and was told by neighbors. People who were living there appeared a year ago with paperwork saying they owned the land. There is little information on what to do next. I was told by sec of state office, my patent is the only... Read more »
From the looks of it, you may need to consider getting law enforcement involved to effectively escort the people off of the land. Assuming that they have no legal interest in the property, then they are trespassing.
We are purchasing a home in Oregon. Seller wishes to remain in possession for 7 days after closing. Both parties have signed an Oregon standard "Agreement to Occupy after Closing " addendum, which requires that the seller provide renter's insurance naming the buyer as an... Read more »
You should contact a real estate attorney to have them review the document that was signed as there could be additional facts or language of the document which could affect the analysis of your question.
Drafting a deed for the purposes of estate planning is far more complicated than 'filling out a deed'. If you want to insure your heirs are involved in long and expensive litigation over the title of the property, and don't care if you cut yourself out of your house, then by all...Read more »
I'm having problems with a drainage ditch behind my house. Stormwater is cascading from the ditch onto my property cause severe soil erosion to the point my shed near the ditch is about to collapse into the ditch. The public works department says it is the water works problem and water works... Read more »
You likely need an attorney who handles eminent domain or inverse condemnation cases. The Alabama Supreme Court has found that in some cases excessive runoff and erosion may result in an unconstitutional taking. The viability of inverse condemnation claims are highly dependent on the timing and...Read more »
You likely need an attorney who handles contract disputes. Often construction law attorneys deal in large commercial disputes. A general practitioner or trial attorney will likely be able to give you advice on your individual situation.
Hire a competent TX attorney to draft and record that Deed. A good AL attorney could also draft such a TX Deed, but most will not want to do the research on how to properly do so. There may be tax implications also. But the Granting Clause to a LLC must be right and you will not want a mistake...Read more »
I was having a rough couple years domestic violence, health ,unfortunately , I owe real state taxes for the city of Methuen they want to foreclose on my property can I make a payment plan is there anything I can do , my situation has change and I’m able to pay the taxes moving forward and setting... Read more »
A Living Trust would be one of the best simple ways for your father to set up his estate plan. The real estate would need to be transferred to the Trust and the documents would most certainly need to be prepared by an attorney. An Attorney who practices in the area of estate planning and tax law...Read more »
My situation involves a neighbor who hired a fence repairman to remove the last section of fence separating our properties under the guise of installing a new fence post where there wasn't one prior for the neighbor, instead the worker destroyed and uprooted a large shrub on my side of the... Read more »
You may be entitled to up to three times your damages plus attorney fees. Obtain an estimate of the replacement value of the shrub and set up a consultation with a real estate attorney. Your options are to either settle or sue. There are various methods of negotiating settlements. You...Read more »
I own a home, and my fiance lives with me and has put a substantial amount into the home. To protect her investment, we were looking into adding her to the title/deed. I am concerned about a few things I have read regarding this:
1. There is a mortgage on the home with an escrow account. Is... Read more »
Quitclaim deed will not trigger loss of homestead exemption as to you. If your fiancé lives with you, she'll need to complete a separate homestead application. You will only pay tax to the county on the amount indicated in the quitclaim deed, so it is...Read more »
In most States the original owner still owns that personal property, junk or not. Since the neighbor paid for a new one, you might want to offer the destroyed gate to him. Especially since you did not have to sue him or make an insurance claim.
Usually there are provisions in the contract that allow to cancel for specific reasons, such as not passing inspection or clouded title. You really need a lawyer to read the whole contract in order to advise you of the specifics, as they can all be different.
It depends on the amount of the charge and the language in the condo documents as to whether or not they can demand legal fees pre-litigation. Some documents do provide the association is entitled to pre-litigation fees. It would not be a case of slander of title unless an actual lien was filed....Read more »
There is not enough information to truly answer your question other than to say that the Will is an important instrument which could well address the issue of the interest in real estate and it is also unclear where your mother was a resident- Massachusetts? New Hampshire? as the State of her...Read more »
If a couple is living together unmarried and previously one of the people purchased the house In their name, if the couple was to break up does the person without ownership have any legal claim to the property?
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