He moved out in April and her reasoning was it was abandoned since he had an OP and had to leave. This furniture did not belong to him and she knew. Had tried to retrieve it back in Mid April with no luck. What is my next move?
Need more info. But you would have to look at the terms of your purchase and sale agreement to determine your rights. Consult with your agent, or better, consult with an attorney to review the facts of your situation and your documents to help guide you.
The mother wants him to give up his rights but we don't know how to go about doing it if he doesn't give them up then she is gonna continue to be a headache and threaten him with his kids because sometimes he can't see them on weekends due to working not having a sitter or because of being sick
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I am married. I would like to take a life insurance policy out on myself without my spouse's knowledge making my son the primary and only Beneficiary. I do not want my spouse to have any knowledge of a life insurance policy. Would I have to tell my spouse?
No requirement to inform the spouse. But you will need to conceal the payment, notices, etc. So be careful of whatever mailing address is used. You will need another alternate beneficiary besides your Son, otherwise if he predeceases you, it would go to your Estate or Next Of Kin.
You need a competent attorney to examine the Trust term. But it sounds like only your Issue will be the Beneficiary. If ambiguous, you may need to file suit to Construe the Trust, where the Trustee and other interested parties are the defendants.
You can call the Sheriff, who may or may not tell you if there is an outstanding Warrant. Otherwise she should hire an attorney to check it out, and turn her in, hopefully at Court where the Bond might be reduced or basically waived.
If you have been served with a Detainer Warrant, then go to Court. Ten days after the Judgment for Possession, if you are not out, a Writ of Possession can issue for the Sheriff to remove you. But if no Warrant, then the Owner has not started the Detainer process.
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An Action for a Sale For Partition can be filed by any titled owner. But value, debt and taxes may be factors preventing a successful sale. Hire a competent attorney that knows real property litigation.
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