How can I give half ownership of a house to my son, ks, no,
how can I give half ownership of a house to my sonJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: ksJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I had inhairited my half.
The following takes place in Marion County, Florida. The
The following takes place in Marion County, Florida. The question involves the ownership of a house located at 17699 S. E. 108th Ave., Summerfield, FL 34491.On November 17, 2005 Betty J. Boettcher, a single person and Harry J Boettcher executed a quitclaim deed. Betty and Harry were in title by warranty deed to them dated April 29, 2003.The Boettcher's were not married at the time they took title, nor when they executed the quitclaim deed on November 17, 2005.The quitclaim deed ran from Betty and Harry as parties of the first part to the parties of the second part who took title as joint tenants with full rights of survivorship. The parties of the second part were Betty J Boettcher, the grantor, and her three children. The three children were William Boettcher, a single person, Timothy Boettcher, a single person and Lisa Boettcher, a single person.Harry Boettcher died for Betty. Betty died in October 2 016.Betty Boettcher executed a last will and testament on April 22, 2010. Pursuant to that will she left her entire estate, real and personal property, to her son William. This will was drafted by a licensed Florida attorney and was witnessed pursuant to Florida law. The final provision of the will, article 9, states that the testatrix had two other children, Timothy and Lisa. , and she intentionally made no provisions for them in the will.From 2010 till decedent's death in 2016, the decedent resided in her house with her son William.William cared for his mother and provided other assistance while they shared the house together until she passed away.In view of the foregoing would have title to the house at this time. The will has not been offered for probate.
I'm veric Swenson, I would like to know in my state of Iowa
Hi, I'm veric Swenson, I would like to know in my state of Iowa if I can ever possess firearms again if I had a serious domestic, in 2007 Assistant: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: I don't know anymore details that can help you answer my question, if you have any questions I will answer them.
I recently re-homed a dog to another person through
Hello,I recently re-homed a dog to another person through Craigslist. Since taking ownership of the dog, he has allegedly bitten a smaller dog as well as the new owner. Prior to re-homing the dog, the new owner met with me in my home. I was open about how he was aggressive with our smaller dog, and how he is territorial with food, but will bark at strangers, etc. Unfortunately, I did not have a lot of background on him as I had adopted him from a soldier transitioning to another duty assignment. And he reported the dog was well behaved. The new owner is threatening to take me to small claims as she feels I did not divulge all of the behaviors of the dog. She is asking for a full refund of the re-home fee. As discussed with the new owner, I was open and honest with the dogs behaviors that we encountered.
The town built a water tower on my land. If the town decided
The town built a water tower on my land. If the town decided to quiet title on the water tower, how would the town "prove" that it was their funds that built the tower? More specifically, would checks, invoice, bank statements etc., that showed the flow of funds be the only thing that could prove their funds were used or could they use selectmen meetings, planning board meetings etc. to prove it was their funds? I ask because the town shredded all documents, checks, invoices, etc.
We own an apartment building that is for sale currently. My
we own an apartment building that is for sale currently. My husbands business partner wants to get a loan to tide him over against the apartment building. He has drawn up papers of a promissory note and wants my husband to sign them, and wants me to sign this statement. "Tami Spirs, wife of Mark Spires, have executed this mortgage for the purpose of releasing any right of expectancy of dower that she has in the mortgage". This property is set to sell with a profit of 200'000 dollars. Am I signing off my rights if I sign this second mortgage.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: OhioJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No. Nothing has been signed yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
My husband and I jointly owned a house with my parents they
My husband and I jointly owned a house with my parents they own 30% and we own 70% both my parents passed away recently they're names are ***** ***** deed of the house and right now I'm getting ready to sell but need to know what my next step is can I sell without their signature also wet just closed their only account and visa at bank and they said there was no need for probate but I just need to be sure I won't have any trouble when I sell
I was involved in a car accident 2 years ago while working
I was involved in a car accident 2 years ago while working in a dealership. The accident happened on property and the impact happened at about 4-6 mph. No injuries, just minor car damage. The plaintiffs were driving the dealer's rental vehicle. I gave my statements and never heard a word about it again. This week i received a summons, The dealer and i are being sued for serious bodily injuries which is complete b.s. At the time of the accident, the dealer was under a different ownership and was self-insured. Now the dealer is owned by a different owner, is this lawsuit their problem? or should i get my own lawyer? I am 21 and have no assets so i dont know how i am going to deal with this suit.