My mother's home is in her trust. She passed away recently
My mother's home is in her trust. She passed away recently and the trustees are my sister and myself. We are selling her home which is in the trust. We were just informed that there were personal judgements recorded against my mother from 2 credit cards in Broward County, Florida. Nothing in the judgement states they are attached to the real property or the trust. The title company did a lean search and stated there were no leans against the property. The company handling the closing is stating that we will have to satisfy those judgements at the time of closing. I wanted to make sure that this is correct - the judgements were against my mother but the house is not in her name, it is in the name of the trust.
I have a question about a house that I recently purchased as
I have a question about a house that I recently purchased as an investment. My unle was on title and last week I myself went on title. It was recorded this week and my escrow officer called me and told me I had about 190k in judgments. Is there anyway I can get off title and leave it in my unlces name and sale the house without paying offf the judgments ?
I own a warehouse in a municipal industrial zone. I use the
I own a warehouse in a municipal industrial zone. I use the warehouse to store my personal car collection. No business is conducted there. I intend to host charitable events in the warehouse for the benefit of local charities. The city attorney will not allow charitable events because it is not zoned for that purpose. I contend that it is my private property and I can use it for any non business purpose so long as the public is not affected. What are my rights?
THID MAN/COMPANY FILED A TRANSFERRED OF DEED OF MY PROPERTY
THID MAN/COMPANY FILED A TRANSFERRED OF DEED OF MY PROPERTY USING MY BUSINESS NAME AND USING ANOTHER PERSON AS MY AGENT, I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THIS MAN OR COMPANY, REGISTERRED OF DEEDS ALLOW THIS TO HAPPEN, IS THIS IDENITY THIEF,. HOW DO I FILE MYSELF. WHAT CAN I DO TO REGISTERRED OF DEEDS
My Niece is the executor of my brothers will. He had
my Niece is the executor of my brothers will. He had property in Mississippi that my niece wants to give to me. What is the best way to handle this transaction?JA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: None not as of yet.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No that is it.
If there are two people on a deed and one is a tennant
If there are two people on a deed and one is a tennant living in the property can that tennant quit claim their portion of the property to another person without the PRESENCE of a signed agreement of the other person on the deed? AND CAN THE NEW PERSON ON THE DEED TURN AROUND AND FILE A PETITION TO THE COURT TO FORCE SALE THE PRPERTY WITHOUT THE OTHER PERSON AGREEMENT TO SELL THE PROPERTY?