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My Attorney Is Refusing To Give Me My Title Search?
I Am In Middle Of Prchasing A House, I Just Spoke With My Attirney They Got All The Title Searches. I Asked Them To Send Me The Title Search And They Told Me There Is No Point And Their Policy States That They Dont Send The Search To Client.
My Question: Is This Normal?
You should get clear title at closing followed by title insurance documents a few weeks later after closing. Your attorney is probably not being rude because you have no need for this until closing. There is so much that can go wrong before closing. I could give you a long list just out of my experience!
Minnesota Probate And Investment Property?
My Mother Passed Away In February 2010 After Suffering A Brain Aneurysm November 1, 2009, She Never Regained Consciousness. She Owned An Investment Property And No One Made Payments On It After She Went Into The Hospital (5 Months Behind), Now The Lender Is Threatening Foreclosure, There'S A Scheduled Sheriff'S Sale For May 6, 2010. My Sister Has Been Named The Personal Representative, With About 25K In My Mom'S Checking Account She Has The Following Debts:
4K Credit Card
8K Investment Property Back Payments (Purchase Price 3 Years Ago 184K, Today'S Value 160K Mortgage Amount 168K) No Rental Income As Another Family Member Lives There And Doesn'T Have The Ability To Pay.
Her Payments On Her Primary Residence (First Mortgage Of 110K And Line Of Credit Of 20K - House Value 160K) Have Been Made By My Sister Since She Was Hospitalized Using My Mom'S Money - Along With All Utilities.
How Does Probate Work When There Are Back Payments On An Investment Property? I Want My Sister To Make The Back Payments Using The Estate'S Money And Then I'Ll Continue To Make The Payments Going Forward To Keep The Other Family Member In The House, But The Problem Is My Sister Doesn'T Want/Think That The Estate Needs To Make The Back Payments. I Told Her (With My Very Limited Knowledge) That The Probate Process Is Going To Force The Estate To Make The Back Payments Anyway, So Make Them Now To Save Any Further Fees/Penalties (Right Now There Are $2,000 In Fees Included In The $8,000 Back Payments)
What I'M Looking For Is Some 'Proof' To Show Her That The Estate Is Responsible For Those Payments So She'Ll Make Them. I'M Afraid That The Probate Process Is Going To Take Too Long And The Sheriff'S Sale Is Going To Happen May 6, 2010.
any decent probate lawyer can explain to her she will either make the payments on the investment property, or let it go to foreclosure and be fiscally responsible for any losses the estate incurrs. As long as she can justify the decision from a financial risk position, that's her job and decision to make. The probate process will not "force" her to do anything but make sure at the end of the day, all debt is paid. all assets are distributed according to the terms of the will, and all probate closing requirements have been met.
Common sense is to pay the investment property current unless it is significantly underwater in value and sell it vs. losing to foreclosure. 8K underwater could be reason enough to let it go to foreclosure. That's the job of the executor to determine and make those decisions. Why pay 8 k to make a mortgage current that is another 8k underwater?
IN addition, you can't just help yourself to the investment property. Even if it is paid current; there is a mortgage on it with a dead person? That's going to have to be paid off; and the estate might be able to sell it to you and you might be able to arrange a mortgage; but that's all part of the probate process.
Who Are The Best Dui Lawyers In Seattle, Washington?
I Recently Got Cited For Driving Under The Influence Near Seattle, Wa. Please Don'T Bash Me For That, I Know I Was In The Wrong. I Am Now Looking To Make This Go Away As Quickly As Possible. Please Tell Me What I Should Do And What I Should Be Looking For In A Dui Lawyer
You need to contact a lawyer asap ! You need to find a lawyer that is considered a DUI attorney . What you need to look for in a dui attorney is how long they have been practicing in dui law and if they specialize in dui cases. This is very important since dui law is very complicated and knowing the ins and outs of the law and how dui tests are given and what is done is important to get your case dismissed. I would not wait any longer and certain things can happen if you do not act quick . I do not know seattle washington laws but do find a good dui lawyer
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Do You Need A Lawyer For Divorce?
My Mom Want To Divorce My Dad So I Told Her Id Look Into How It Works. There Are 2 Kids, Myslef And My Sister, We Want Our Mom To Have Full Custody. There Is One Car And A Lot Of Furniture. Do We Need A Lawyer To Help Us With This. My Mom Doesnt Care About Splitting 401K Nd Stuff Cause Shes Broke Anyway. Also, My Mom Has A Job And My Dad Doesnt Do Anything, Hes Bipolar And Totally Incompetent, So Does She Need To Give Him Alamony Reguardless, Even If He Doesnt Deserve It?
"In Pro Per" in place of lawyer, it lets the judge you are representing yourself... technically there you don't "need" a lawyer, but it is advisable to have one for best results in court. Depending on the age of kids, which parent can better provide, and many other factors...
Anybody Got Any Business Legal Advice?
I Quit My Job Took My 401K To Open A Body Shop. Found A Building & Lanlord Said She Checked With The Town & I Could Do It There.I Spent 12G Getting The Shop Ready Leaving Me Only 7G Left & Almost Ready To Open. Today The Town Shut Me Down & Says I Cant Have A Body Shop There. They Also Said They Shut Down 2 Others That Tried To Open There. That Means My Landlord New All The Time The Town Wouldnt Allow It, And Lied. They Took My Money And Saw All The Money I Was Spending On This Place Knowing What Was Going To Happen. Now Im Dead In The Water. I Just Dont Know What To Do Next. Anybody Got Any Good Advice?
a few things first off I know you have spent money already but you may need an attorney. 2nd I presume this must be a small town and it has to do with a zoning issue. Before making too big of waves try to reason with the town council(do this before the attorney). If your land lord rented you this place full well knowing that you could not open your business there then they committed at the very least fraud. They would have to give your money back. Try to find the legal terms for this and present them to the landlord. If they don't budge you may need to sue. let them know that if you have to sue then you will also sue for lost revenue. this would come from if they in fact knew you could not open a business there but they rented to you and said it was cleared with the town. you could recoup possible lost revenue due to the fact that you could have been in business elsewhere or working. check all your facts first and make sure that they did know you could not open shop there. I would try to find out about the other 2 who tried to open there also maybe this person shafted them also? The town may not even be able to legally say you cannot open your business there. so check that also. hope this helps. I am not a lawyer or anything but have been through much in life and was a manager in fast food for 10 years. Good luck hon
Lawyers Only, Or People With Personal Experience...?
I Want To Leave My Husband And Move Back To Louisiana And I Know That I Cannot Legally Take My Daughter With Me Against His Wishes, But I'M Pregnant Right Now.What I Need To Know Is Whether Or Not I'Ll Have More Rights To Keeping My Baby In Louisiana If He'S Born There. Is He Then Considered A Resident?
Since I know absolutely nothing of your personal situation the first thing to remember is that the courts are required to act in the best interest of the child(ren). I know that you are thinking that your husband has control over your daughter, but that has yet to be determined by a court. Your best bet to keeping both your children is to go home for a vacation/break or some space or whatever you need as an excuse to go. As soon as you can establish residency which depending on circumstance could be immediately or whatever the state requirement is. For instance if your spouse is in the military and you traveled to his duty station to be with him, that does not remove your resident status in your home state in most instances. The trick is to be consistent in such things as absentee voting or maintaining a legal record of "Permanent Address" in your home state. Some states maintain that if you were married there, they can establish jurisdiction in divorce proceedings...hopefully a LA. lawyer will respond as well. Anyhow enough of the rabbit trail, what you also need to consider is the best interest of the child(ren). If your spouse is abusive, do not leave your daughter in that environment. On the other hand, if your spouse is a loving and caring father and can better provide for the well being of the child, maybe he would be the best custodial parent, at least until you get re-settled. Next thing to consider if your husband is not abusive to you or your children, is maybe you are facing tough times and issues that you can resolve as a couple, perhaps with some counselling to help facilitate the communication walls that we as humans invariably put up when we are emotionally upset. You must have had strong feelings for this man to have married him and have two pregnancies by him, evaluate if the relationship is worth saving, but if it is that irrepairable, children are better off being from a broken home than in one...best of luck!