My mother is selling her home. In 1984, when my father died,
My mother is selling her home. In 1984, when my father died, the deed was changed so that the ownership of the house would pass to the children in the event of my mother's death.The deed is worded "THIS INDENTURE, Made the 11th day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighty-four (1984). BETWEEN Jane Doe, Widow, of Butler Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania (hereinafter called the Grantor), of the first part, and Jane Doe, Tom Doe, Sally Doe, and Sam Doe, as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not as tenants in common, of the same place (hereinafter called called the Grantee), of the second part.It is my hope that this can be interpreted that my mother can sell the house without the involvement of the children. She is currently in assisted living and all of the proceeds from the sale will go towards her living expenses.Any help you can give me in interpreting the wording will be greatly appreciated.
My daughter has terminal cancer and wants to give her house
my daughter has terminal cancer and wants to give her house t o me. its worth about 120k However it has a 55,000 lien on it. she took that amount of loan from amegy bank to improve house. she pays about $200 a month interest for 10 yrs. and then after that time would start paying on the original loan She took the loan in2014 can I take over the house and be responsible for the loan what kind of deed would I need to do thisJA: When we are ready I'll take you to the appropriate web page.Customer: how long will I have to waitt o go to the appropriate web pageJA: Our average wait time is under 20 minutes. Sometimes it takes just a minute. More complicated questions that need more research might take an hour or two. I'd be happy to chat with you while you wait. The stories I've heard working here...Customer: Thank you but I'll wait I should mention that I have a 820 credit rating and own my house value approximately $240k My daughter is 56 years and I'm 83 I can't foresee a loss on her house if I take it over. All my worldly goods would go to my remaining children and I have approximately $400K in my portfolioJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Spring Tx both of these housesJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I don't think so
I am going to buy out my wife's half of our townhouse in
I am going to buy out my wife's half of our townhouse in colorado. Would it work to use a promissory note, then once it's paid off in about 4 years, would I use a quitclaim deed or a grant deed. Are there any tax issues? There is currently no mortgage on the home.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: coloradoJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: It's all amiable and agreed to
I have a rental property that borders a new housing plan. I
I have a rental property that borders a new housing plan. I received a call from tree service that they want to use my property to access the tree line that is on the border. apparently there is a a few trees that may be on my property that would like to remove which i have no problem with them doing. My question is if they pay for the tree removal and the trees are found to be on my property can the file a claim (maybe a quitclaim) and take that part of the property?
I am trying to find out what options might exist for the
Hello,I am trying to find out what options might exist for the following situation:I currently own a home in Missouri and am the sole individual on the mortgage and the sole financial contributor to the initial purchase. However, because I closed 15 days after I married my husband, he is currently on the deed. My husband and I are contemplating a separation and potential sale of said home. That said, he has expressed interest in staying in the home should we divorce. Given that he is already on the deed, could he "purchase" the home from me via a mortgage refinance? And if so, is there a way for him to borrow more than I currently owe on the home so I may recoup my down payment? I would love it if we didn't have to sell outright so I could avoid displacing him and his children. Any advice you could provide would be much appreciated. Thank you.
I am in the middle of filing divorce. WE are working on the
I am in the middle of filing divorce. WE are working on the disclosures. I have a separate property I purchased prior to marriage and my husband has signed a quick claim deed. My questions is can he now claim his right on that property?
1)If I quit- claim my home to my wife, can I add an addendum
1)If I quit- claim my home to my wife, can I add an addendum so that she would still have to pay me my share of the equity when the house is sold?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Washington stateJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: not yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, along with that, would there be anything preventing her from just kicking me out?
My ex husband and my father bought a house. My father quick
My ex husband and my father bought a house. My father quick clam deeded the house into my name 5 years ago. My husband gave up his rights to the house in the divorce settlement because my father had put the 20 thousand down and made all house payments. We were divorced in 2010. The insurance has been in my name for the last 5 years and I have made every house payment a month in advance since we divorced. Now the morgage company is telling me I need his name on the insurance and he won't do it
I have a mess on my hands. I bought my home in 1995 with the
I have a mess on my hands. I bought my home in 1995 with the money I rec"d from my ex-husband. I was buying the home because it was what I could handle completely on my own with two children ages 4 and 1. I had been seeing someone, he however had his own apt., He had a drinking problem then, (beer), so I wanted him, (and he did) keep his apt. He did move in with me within the next yr, and basically paid rent, but everything is in my name. After a bout with breast cancer in 2009, he was my rock, went to every appt, chemo tx. for hours, and follow up appt. we really grew closer, and I should mention that he had quit drinking completely before he moved in with me, we did everything together, and it had been 18 years of sobriety for him. Anyway, there seemed to be no reason not to put his name on the house when I decided to refinance in 2010. So I did, or I thought I did. It turns out I refinanced with the mortgage in my name only, but put his name on the deed!! After my breast cancer, Hysterectomy, and loss of his job of 25 years, he has become a pathetic closet drinker, and routinely goes from sober, to obliterated in 15 minutes. This has been going on for over 2 years now!! He needs to be babysat nightly, because he smokes in the house, and in bed when in this condition. He cannot go around a wall in the house without holding on! He also has a tendency to get out guns he owns and "play" with them! We have already had an "accidental discharge that went through our brand new mattress and logged in the wall!! I am just glad it didn't hit someone on the first floor. This household is a ticking timebomb and I need help!!! I have thought about calling police when I catch him playing with his guns and filing a PFA. What are my rights? Am I going to lose the house to a man I would have never thought after 18 years would fall off the wagon, or fall to this extent. he would think nothing of driving in this condition also, and in doing so, has taken out the same tire on 2 different cars within a month! He calls to say he has a flat, but the tire is wrecked about a 3 inch gash up the sidewall. Thats a curb, not a flat! Please help as he, not me, has since had to file for bankruptsy, so that could affect what portion of the equity of the home is liable, I have no idea, but I do know that if his name isn't on the mortgage, but on the deed, it's bad enough that I have to probably split the equity again, but can I cut my losses and not have to live with him? I will give only what I absolutely Have to from equity when I sell the house, But that may take a little bit. I know I can"t sell the house, or have people come through while he is here. God only knows what he might be doing, regardless of a house showing! Please tell me there is something I can do! Thanks for any advice, CathyJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: PaJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, I said enough, lol, but I am stressed!