I lived in Michigan. Two years ago I moved from MI to PA. I
I lived in Michigan. Two years ago I moved from MI to PA. I lived in our upstairs apartment. (2 apartment rental). Fixed it up. I tried to reconcile with my husband. It didn't happen. I was moving back to PA because I was able to get my job back. My husband knew I was moving back to PA. He hired a rental agent and rented the upstairs apt. without my consent. I didn't sign a contract with the agent . Both my husband and my name is ***** ***** deed. The downstairs apt wasn't available because the person had lived in it for 25 years. I called the agent the day I was officially offered my job before she had a contract with a tenant. My MI lawyer also sent her a letter. Her and my husband went ahead and rented the upstairs apt without my permission. This doesn't seem legal to me.
My mother in law hired her friend to forge my signature on
my mother in law hired her friend to forge my signature on Mortgage document and amended it with second home rider in which I allegedly waived my homestead rights. We have 14 year old daughter. Please advice what can be done without our daughter being hurt.JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Illinois we resided and still reside in CaliforniaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: yes, document has been on file in Cook county since 2003JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: like what?
If my daughter forged my signature on Student loan
If my daughter forged my signature on Student loan application which she had been paying the loans for almost six years and is capable of making the loan payment but has choose not to. Is there away to make her responsible if proven she has the ability to make payments and get my name off so it doesn't fall back on me since I didn't sign for them?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: South Carolina is where she went to school and loans were from.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I just call South Carolina Student loans for a copy of loans that apparently my name is ***** ***** see signature. They also are sending me a step by step forgery process info.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I don't want her to go to jail, it won't help her to pay them off if she loses her job but seeing how she has the income ability to pay them but choosing to spend her money on other things.
I am scheduled to go back to court in December 2016. I was
I am scheduled to go back to court in December 2016. I was hand delivered some rental accounting records by the opposing attorney outside of the court room even though they had been subpoenaed by me to the court. I would like to file these accounting records with the court as an affadavit or other record along with my stipulation for a settlement outside of court that I have also sent to the opposing attorney and it to was not entered into the court record. What is the proper way of accomplishing this? This is a case in Superior Court of California, County of Fresno, Unlimited Division. I am representing myself in Pro Per.
Agent asked to show my house, that wasn't listed, to an
Agent asked to show my house, that wasn't listed, to an unqualified buyer. In addition buyer has a record for forgery, check fraud, squatters, etc.. Does agents company have liability for exposing us to dangerous fraud buyer and future security risk like ID theft?
I am a Registered nurse in Texas. I was under investigation
I am a Registered nurse in Texas. I was under investigation for alleged abuse. I retained an attorney who sent me a fraudulent letter of "dismissal without prejudice" on state letterhead. I went to the board and was given a letter of "dismissal without prejudice" that was different from what my former attorney gave me. The second and third letter from the board had no file or case number ***** no seal indicating the original was on file. I had no type of hearing or was ever present or offered a reason why it was dismissed without prejudice. My former attorney hired a criminal defense attorney for my small claims case against him. My rights to due process was violated. Can I sue the board of nursing?
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Would this case appeal to a litigation funder? I listed a
Would this case appeal to a litigation funder?I listed a lucrative duplex for sale despite being ambivalent about selling it. My agent had been trying to get me to sell it for years, as documented in my archived emails. Even as she went through very difficult health crises, the agent would dog me about selling the duplex. There was half a million in equity, at least, and a profit of nearly $3000/month. The loans would be paid off in 20 years or sooner. I had a mental health crisis when a doctor prescribed Ritalin for me. It was horrible, but he thought it would work if I also took Adderall. Enough said. I became paranoid and decided to leave my lovely home and move to a town in the desert where I have never been. I listed the duplex with the agent who dogged me so much. It wasn't n her part of town, and she didn't do a market analysis. I told herin an email that my bot***** *****ne was $1.2M. Somehow, it got listed at $950K. I told her to raise it to $1.5M. Immediately an all-cash offer with a 2-week escrow came in. The buyers promised to verify their funds the day after escrow opened, although I didn't notice that on the contract. They didn't close on the scheduled day. By then I had begun to suspect they were trying to raise money. I asked my agent three times for proof of funds. She ignored two emails and after the third once said "Yes, I saw it (proof of funds). I asked her for a market analysis, and she sent me nearby recent solds. I told her to cancel the deal and re-list for $1.4M. She refused. Then I told her just to cancel it. The buyers were in default. She told me that her broker said I was still in escrow and the buyers were within their inspection period. They weren't. They wrote a 10-day timeframe for inspection. Now the bad part. My agent had sent a notary to my home and had me sign a stack of papers on the 3rd day of escrow. I didn't know that signing the grant deed meant I have already given up all my leverage. I truly did not know that that document is used to transfer title. (I thought quitclaims were how you handed over a sold property). I had zero leverage, and my agent kept saying her broker told her I had no choice, that I was "in contract." I was told the buyers were waiting for the city report on any liens for code violations, which no one had ordered initially. Later I saw that amended escrow instructions included a statement about the city report. Delay in getting it could not be used as a reason to delay closing. The buyer and seller had to wing it, and the seller would deal with any issues directly if the arose. I stopped cooperating, and signed no more forms. There was one that said all the buyer's conditions had been met and instructed escrow to go ahead with the closing. It was custom-made and said "seller" (singular) where I was supposed to sign, and had places for both buyers to sign. I didn't know about it until months had passed past since the unwanted closing, when I finally opened the closing docs that had been mailed to me months before. My signature had been sloppily forged, to indicate that I wanted the deal to close. I did not, and everyone knew it. to recap: the buyers were in default from day 3 on, and again on day 14. They used a disallowed excuse to delay closing, and someone forged my signature. With the proceeds, my newly low income, the premature death of my husband, I could never buy in that excellent "hot" area again. I tried investing in other estate and have netted $1000/month before income tax.In the present, I have only filed the complaint, answered the broker's discovery, and filed a first amended complaint. We haven't heard from the agent, but she told the broker's attorney that she didn't do the forgery. The broker has answered both complaints.I don't see why that deal closed. Someone, who knew I didn't want to close, sloppily cut and taped my signature to a form I did not even see, much less sign, the instructed escrow to do the opposite of my express demand. If it is true that I had a right to cancel, that person harmed me. If the buyers wrote the offer in bad faith, with no cash on hand, and my agent helped conceal it, she induced me to enter into or stay in a deal I would not otherwise have entered. The buyers or their agent were very close to the escrow officer; the asked for the agent by name. The buyers are pretty well off. They own about $9,000,000 in real estate, $3M of which they live in, the rest rentals. The broker's company is approximately the 20th fastest growing companies in his highly populous county. Revenues have risen from $9,000,000 to $25,000,000 in 3 years, according to a regional business magazine. Finally, my 4 year "friendship" with that agent, and this whole deal and conflict, is well documented in email. Phone calls were rare.Would a litigation lender bet on it?
My mother in law is 96 years old. She fell recently breaking
My mother in law is 96 years old. She fell recently breaking her leg and hip and is now living in a nursing home, The Woodlands Heath Care and Rehab. Center, located in The Woodlands, Texas.In order to get her into the facility she had to forfeit all material items and funds. She complied with this except for a car she owns. It is a 1999 Cadillac, it is worth about $3500, according to Kelly Blue Book. I bought the car for her when my father in law passed so she could get around without trouble.She is having health problems, falling down, fainting, low blood pressure etc. and I do not think she should be driving in her condition. She insists she is going to get well and start driving again. The car is title is in her name but I have a lien on the car.The reason I put a lien on the car is so when she passed it would come to me and my wife so we could sell it and get some return on the purchase price and not be liable while she is diving.The problem is she will not sign the title over to me. She wants it parked in the nursing home parking lot so when she feels like driving somewhere it will be available to her. Her son has a power of attorney for her but will not sign the car over to me. I think he wants it for his son.The questions in all this are;1. Is my mother in law allowed to own the car without the Social Security knowing about it?2. Can her son sign her name on the title and license it in his name without my permission?3. Where can I find the rules and regulations for the Social Security accepting a patient into the program?