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Should I Contact A Real Estate Attorney?
I Was In The Process Of Getting A Property Through Hud. My Lender Made A Typographical Error In My Name (Sarah Instead Of Sara) On The Pre-Approval Letter. Hud Contacted My Broker On Friday And Told Us That We Needed It Changed Within 24 Hours, Or Else The Deal Was Dead. Problem Was That My Lender At Wells Fargo Was On Vacation, And Wouldn'T Return Until The Following Monday. No One At The Office Could Change My Name, But Were Able To Make The Other Changes That Hud Had Asked For (Signature Location, Etc...). My Broker Was Contacted On Monday, And They Cancelled The Deal And Returned My Earnest Money! I Don'T Understand How This Is Legal? It Wasn'T An Error On My Part, And Yet I Was Denied A Property. This Is A Special Circumstance However, I Am A Teacher, And Was Offered A Property Under The Good Neighbor Next Door Program. This Program Gives Me 50% Off The Purchase Price Of Certain Homes In My Area. I'M Concerned That This Was Just There Way Of Not Letting Me Get The Discount And Trying To Get Me To Buy It At Full Cost. I Submitted My Offer On Time, And It Was Accepted Immediately. I Need Advice! Should I Contact An Attorney That Specializes In Real Estate? Or Should I Just File A Formal Complaint Against Hud? Or Both? Thanks In Advance For Any Insight And/Or Advice!

Yes, painful as it is, you need one of the most revolting practitioners around - a real estate lawyer with HUD experience. It's worth the money. Hurry b/c there is still time to apply pressure before initiating lawsuit for lost oppty. It is ludicrous to lose a property b/c of a facial error so easily corrected.

International Child Custody Lawyers? Please Read!?
My Friends Husband Left Her And Took Their Son Across Seas To Jordan Without Her Knowledge, They Are Now Divorced, The Ex-Husband Left The Child With His Family In Jordan And Took Off To Chicago To Live. My Friend Desperately Wants Her Son Back But Doesn'T Know Where To Start.. Can Anyone Help ? I Would Greatly Appreciate Any Advice. Thank You!

(This section is not the best venue for answers on this topic.)
Your friend should consult with local lawyers to find experts in this difficult field. I have read of cases where the mother chose to have someone go to Jordan and extricate the child. If the father himself is physically in the U.S. (as you stated), the first thing a decent lawyer should do is ensure that he stays local and is not allowed to travel abroad ever again until the child is returned to his mother's custody.

"If a Jordanian parent chooses to remain in Jordan or leave a child behind in Jordan, the U.S. Embassy cannot force either the parent or the Jordanian Government to return the child to the United States...."
http://www.international-divorce.com/ca-...

Under "Politics & Government", try asking in the "Law Enforcement & Police" section.

Who Is The Best San Diego Lawyer?
I Need A Good San Diego Lawyer, Like The Best. Can Someone Make A Recomendation?

I dont know who the best San Diego lawyer is, but I do know how to find the best. Go to FatLaw, link below, the listed lawyers are rated by former clients. The higher the lawyer ranks the better the lawyer is, according to users. I found a San Diego lawyer this way and it worked out great.

How Do You Structure A Memorandum Of Advice - Law Student?
I'M Studying Law. I Have To Write A Memorandum Of Advice To A &Quot;Real&Quot; Client. How Do I Structure It? I'M New To This.

Basic Structure =
TO: {client name}
FROM: {your name}
Memorandum [page centered]
ISSUE:
[state issue, then discuss background, facts, relevant law {pro & con}, and possible outcomes when applying law to facts]

If you have been asked to make a RECOMMENDATION or CONCLUSION, you can put it at the end.

Where Can I Find California Inheritance Laws?
My Wife And I Are In The 80Th. We Want To Deed Our All-Paid Residence To One Of Our Sons? Can We Just Deed To Him And His Wife? Any Implications Involved? The Property Is Valued Between 3 To 4 Hundred Thousand Dollars, About Fifty Years Old..

Yes, you can but I urge you to see a Tax Attorney and an Elder Law Attorney before you do so.

If you give your house to your son, you also give him your basis cost for the property. Since you have had the property for 50 years, I imagine that you paid under $25,000 for the home. If, in the future your son sold the home for $375,000, your son would owe Capital Gains Tax on the difference between your basis cost and the selling price. In other words he would owe 15% of the gain of $350,000 or $52,500. With inheritance comes a "stepped up basis" which means that the heirs' basis cost becomes the value of the asset on the date of death of the benefactor. If you son inherits the $375,000 house and sells it for $375,000 then he owes no Capital Gain Tax because there is no gain.

If your purpose is to save on Probate costs (which in California are set by law) you should consider a Revocable Trust or Living Trust. Given the value of your house at $400K and with other assets of $100K for a total Estate Value of $500,000, your Probate would cost would be $13,000. A Trust would cost no more than $5,000 and that would be for a very complicated estate. Having a Trust avoids Probate entirely and ensures a quick and orderly transfer of the estate to the heir.

If your purpose is to avoid paying for medical care for yourself and have Medicare and MediCal pay for your care by transferring your assets so that you are indigent and cannot pay yourself, then be aware that there is a 60 month (5 year) look back period by Medicare and MediCal. What that means is that if you do transfer assets then you are not eligible to receive MediCal or Medicare assistance for 5 years after the transfer date.

Basically it is almost always better to inherit than to receive an asset as a gift. It is also almost always better to use a Trust to transfer your assets to your heirs than to go through the delays and costs of Probate. If you get a Trust made for you by an Attorney, it will save your spouse, your estate, and your heirs possibly tens of thousands in unnecessary taxes and fees. It will cost you a few thousand, but in the long run, it is much less expensive.

Entertainment Attorney? ?
I Wanna Shoot A Demo/Pilot Thing For A Sitcom I Wrote. I Was Told I Should Get An Entertainment Attorney. What's That And Why Do I Need It?

An entertainment attorney is an attorney who specializes in entertainment law. Usually they work in either contracts or litigation.

I'm guessing the person told you that you need an entertainment attorney to write up contracts for the people you will employ to work on your demo/pilot thing. If you're in a big city, like LA, a good entertainment attorney will cost you a minimum of $200 an hour, the best go for much more.

Here are some books you should take a look at:

Contracts for the Film & Television Industry by Mark Litwak

The Pocket Lawyer for Filmmakers: A Legal Toolkit for Independent Producers by Thomas A. Crowell

Dealmaking in the Film and Television Industry From Negotiations Through Final Contracts: 2nd Edition Expanded and Updated by Mark Litwak

Good luck!