I'm sorry to hear about your current situation. Unfortunately the only thing that you could have done would have been to file a motion to modify the child support while you were still currently paying it. It would have been retroactive to the date of filing but unfortunately it would not have adjusted any payments made prior to filing the motion. With that said, since your son has since been emancipated, it seems that there is nothing you can do about the child support paid when he wasn't....
I agree with my colleague on this one. Technically a landlord may enter your apartment without consent and without notice only for emergency purposes. In this case, if it was not an emergency, your landlord had no right to enter your apartment. If you have a lease, you should check the terms of it to see what it says about the landlord accessing your apartment.
If his entry was contrary to the lease, and not an emergency, you may want to contact your local police department. Arguably,...
When your ex refinanced in 2009 he needed to do so with your consent if you were on the Deed - because you are a co-owner of the home. The Bank's failure to get your signature on the mortgage could result in a waiver of their servicing rights. You should consider hiring an attorney to represent your interests in the foreclosure action.
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It is not illegal for a lender to assign your loan to another lender, even on the date of the closing. This actually happens, for example when dealing with a mortgage broker. The entire loan process may be done with a mortgage broker, who ultimately assigns the loan to their warehouse lender, or another lender on the date of closing. In such an instance, there is usually a document titled "Notice of Assignment and Transfer of Servicing Rights" included in your loan package. The document...
As a real estate attorney for almost 13 years, I have been on the negotiating side of various short sales. The process, as I am sure you know by now, can be a very stressful one. We have successully negotiated many short sales and would be happy to lend our expertise to you in order to help you in your current situation.
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I would recommend that you file criminal charges with your local police department against both individuals. With criminal charges pending, the "dealer" and individual may be more likely to compensate you for the loss.
Your lease should have language in it that outlines the steps needed to be taken if the owner/landlord is in default of your agreement. It is hard to say without reviewing the actual terms of the lease, but by disclosing to you that there was in fact the issue of the roaches, he may have covered his legal obligations - albeit he verbally guaranteed it was already remedied. Like I said, it really depends on the verbiage of your lease.
Luckily, you are in a month to month and if you are not...
In Secaucus, yes, you would need to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy prior to renting it. The landlord's failure to do so may result in a fine to him in excess of $2,500.00
He may not however need to register the unit as a rental. Hope this helps!
Maybe. If your intention is for the surviving partner to keep the entire house, you should file a new deed that states you hold title and "joints tenants with rights of survivorship". That additional language will allow the house to pass to the surviving partner without the need to probate, etc. Filing a new deed is relatively simple, and I would be happy to speak with you more about it. Hope this helps!
It depends... If the electrical is an actual lien against the property, you may need to satisfy the bill in order to have the utilities turned on. If on the other hand, the electric company is an independent private company and can not put a lien against the property they MUST turn on your utilities. You can threaten to report them to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities - that may do the trick! The link to the NJ BPU is attached for your convenience. http://www.state.nj.us/bpu/...