My son doesn't have my last name because I never married his mom...I did pay child support when he was young and 2 yrs ago put my name on his birth certificate as his father..We live in R.I. Can I give a 1- time gift???? What should I do??? I don't want to put him on the deed as joint... Read more »
Speak to an attorney to discuss the impact of what you are considering. It may turn out that what you need is a will. There are tax implications you should consider as well. There are ways to achieve what you desire without having to give the house to him all at once.
The deed states tenancy in its entirety with both out names listed. When we divorced he was to remortgage within a year, that was 2008. He did not until 2016. Also he never pushed me to do a quit claim because he said he did not plan to marry again. I am not listed on the new mortgage only the deed.
behind on the mortgage, the original bebt was for 275.000, I just contacted the mortgage company to find out exactly how far they are behind, waiting for that amount. But gets better, my sister in law is a bit of a nut job, she's a cat hoarder, didn't realize just how bad but I'd... Read more »
Your boyfriend was very kind to guarantee your brother's mortgage. I am sorry your brother is ill. If he sells the property, your brother will be needing a new place to live. If he also owns the other lots you speak of, he can do with them as he wishes. I hope this doesn't strain your...Read more »
My mother and father in law had both passed away and no one has filed for executor of their estate. My sister in law is currently living in one of the apartments but her sister states that she is going to have her evicted. Can this be done?
Depending on whom are the heirs and what there rights are under the will, if any, and who will be the executor, or administrator, the answer may vary. Meet with a probate attorney in your area and discuss the details in private. If you are the executor, retain an attorney to assist you in...Read more »
She stated the papers would be emailed to me since I live in Florida and can not be at the closing and i would be signing over my rights to the house so she could sell it...She had stated shortly after his death there was no will and nothing was left to me so why would i need to do this? She has... Read more »
If your father died without a will, his wife and his children would divide his property among them according to the state's laws of succession. In my state, for example, the wife would take half and his children would split the other half. Thus, in order to sell the property, the wife would...Read more »
Grandfather passed away 6 months ago. He has 4 daughter's one is deceased. The older sister .She wants my other aunt and my mother to sign a waver to become power of attorney of his estate . Can they sign a paper that if they sign the wavier to give her power she still will have to have the... Read more »
2 separate families occupying 2 units (3 family home) holdovers from a foreclosure. Former owner moved out of 3rd unit and washed his hands of the property 2 years ago but told tenants as long as they paid the water bill they could stay. Tenants replaced the hot water heater last year and have... Read more »
If that is what the judge orders, that will be the order of the court. Of course, your attorney will have more specific instructions for you to ensure you don't get caught in some procedural trap for the unwary and untrained.
because he caught his wife cheating and does not want her in the apartment anymore, is this correct or should I wait til the lease expired to extend him a month to month under his name only ? any legal problems for the landlord?
We own a timeshare deed for a very expensive water front property with Wyndham. They have priced our maintenance fees into the stratosphere! We now pay more than renting a week there! Its seems they want their deed back! Do we have any rights to the property with a deed that includes: one week, one... Read more »
Caveat emptor ... "maintenance fees into the stratosphere" are not uncommon. There is now an emerging market to resell these "fractional ownership" interest though you will not likely recoup your total investment nor sunk costs. At least you should be able to sell it and stop...Read more »
Small index size hole in ceiling tile in attic. Roof had been leaking onto ceiling tile and finger went through moistened area of tile. An exorbitant estimate of $1,300 was quoted by a painter to the home owners for repair to tiny hole and painting of entire second floor rooms. They are holding... Read more »
Excellent question to review with your local real estate attorney with the deed in hand describing the condition subsequent and evidence of the breach along with documentation of all incidental and consequential damages including a careful review of all liquidated damages and specific performance...Read more »
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