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I have a court order ex to put the house on the market to
I have a court order for my ex to put the house on the market to sell our property for a price agreeable to me. He in turn has a notorized typed paper that he sold the house to a person for cash and in turn bought the house back from him . Now he and this person want me to sign the deed because he has met his court order. therefor i receive nothing . Also in this court order we have stated that the proceeds from the house be distributed to each of our children. He also obtained a notorized statement from the children under false pretenses that they are issueing all proceeds to this person whom my ex supposibly brought the house from my ex. I had no idea he had done all this shenanigans and is this legal. I am refusing to sign this papers due to the fact i do not agree on the price and they are trying to force me to sign and get nothing and so my children will also get nothing. but he gets the house all to himself without paying anything to anyone. Is this legal?
I have a Philadelphia, PA property with a $92K mortgage,
I have a Philadelphia, PA property with a $92K mortgage, that needs approximately $20K in repairs to get it in first-time homebuyer condition to sell for $100K. I likely would not be able to sell it as-is for any more than $65K if I am lucky. I am current on the mortgage, however I am considering letting it default and letting it go to foreclosure.How do I protect myself if I let the property go to foreclosure, so that I am not left with a debt after the foreclosure is finalized? I am not worried about a dip in my credit (current score is 670). Thanks.
Been with boyfriend 12 years. Is all our possessions equal
Been with boyfriend 12 years. Is all our possessions equal even items bought before we met? Vehicles that are titled in my name are they still communal property? Motorcycle bought before relationship but paid while together but in others name (title), is this communal property?
My mom is an alcoholic borderline personality disorder. She
My mom is an alcoholic borderline personality disorder. She is claiming that I forged her name on a student loan in 2006, and I did not. While she did get the loan for me, the agreement was that I would keep 4000 and she could keep the 6,000, and that's what happened. She never made any payments, and now the loan is over 14,000. She claims that I forged her name to get the loan and is demanding the 14000 or she will press charges against me. Does she have a case?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yetJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Only that she has a letter from me thanking her for securing the loan, and a copy of the 6,000 check that went directly into her bank account & proof that the $4000 went into mine. I thought I could help her by getting this loan together at a low interest rate.
An old roommate of mine took my car without asking me and
An old roommate of mine took my car without asking me and totalled it. I had let my insurance laps so now it's been in my driveway since February 2014. Last payment was January 2014. The loan company has not and I believe will not come get the car. They think it was burned up in a fire. I live in Texas and my question is what can I do with the car itself, I'm not contacting the bank because I'm wait on the SOL to run out. What if anything can I do with actual car, it's totalled not burned up?
My brother lives in my dads house and has been making
my brother lives in my dads house and has been making payments on it for several years. He is no longer able to make the payments and wants to give the house back to the bank. My dad is disabled and unable to make the payments either. I have power of attorney, will they come after me if payments are not made?
The question I have is: Am I obligated to pay my mothersView more legal questions
The question I have is: Am I obligated to pay my mothers credit card bill? The information I have for you is that she passed away a few months ago, and for the property which was in both our names, I filed an affidavit of death. She had her name on a mobile home loan, I am the co-borrower but I have always been paying the loan ( I have not yet informed the loan company that she has passed). She also had a chase credit card with about $8000.00 on it; they were informed of her death. I am not on this bill, but I don't know where I stand on this.