Husband drank mortgage. Behind 2 months. 911 visits. I want out. Have 3 kids, 90 yo mom and no money.
You probably need a family lawyer to a talk about a divorce, before you worry about trying to refinance the house. You need to get clear on what your rights are to the house, since it may be to your benefit NOT to refinance it.See question
Hi, We are looking to get our payment from one of our customer who has not paid us though we finished the given order
If the amount is under $10,000, you can file suit in the Justice of the Peace court without an attorney. If this is for improvements that were made to real property, you may have a right to file a mechanic's lien. Since there is a very short deadline for filing liens, you should see a lawyer ASAP for that.See question
My mom died in Sept. 2012. At the time of her death, she had a balance of $11,000 owed on a home improvement loan. In Mar. 2013, the probate court approved my small estate affidavit. I continued to may payments on the loan up until Feb. 2014 due t...
It sounds like there was a communication problem between the substitute trustee and the bank. Call the Substitute Trustee and remind him of the agreement to halt the sale and of the rescission of acceleration, and ask him to straighten it out ASAP. If that doesn't work, you may need an injunction to stop the next step, which is eviction.See question
I am so upset. I am paying lots of money to a lawyer who has told me that what i want, is not what my ex wants , and because he and his family are more well known in community, and by judge, the judge more likely will rule for my ex and what he wa...
Your alternatives are to reject your lawyers advice and go to trial instead of settling, with or without a different opinion from another lawyer. Unfortunately, some will tell you what you want to hear, and none can guarantee an outcome.See question
My friend applied for a job at the existing company, but the owner brought up the possibility of being a partner with the following info: Description - Managing Partner- Compensation – 50/50 from the monthly net income. DUTIES AND RESPON...
The proposed partnership doesn't begin to address all of the issues that need to be discussed before entering into joint ownership of an existing business. For starters, you'll want disclosure about the assets and liabilities of the business, and a written partnership agreement which has some way of resolving disputes. See a lawyer before proceeding further.See question
I bought a house with my ex and it is currently on the market. The loan is in both of our names and we paid for the initial closing costs together. He is now threatening me to pay all closing costs to put the house in his name, or he is going to l...
If the house is in both names, your Ex can't sell it without your signature, or "put the house in his name" without your cooperation. It sounds like the loan is also in both names, and that what he's trying to do is to refinance in his name only, and have you sign your interest over at that time. Since that would get you off of the mortgage, the decision is really just a financial one.
Consider the value of the property, the outstanding amount of the mortgage, whether you could afford to take over the payments yourself, or could rent it for enough to pay the mortgage, If you have no other way of paying the mortgage, it could be that $7k is an inexpensive way to get out from under the debt.See question
I signed a non-compete agreement to put my daughter in a dance company for lessons. I do not work for the company. I am just a parent. The owner sold the company and now I want to start my own dance company for my child, but the owner is threateni...
I have the feeling that there may be more to this issue, since I can't imagine how a business would ever get an enforceable non-compete agreement with a customer. You need to take the agreement and all of the circumstances to a lawyer for review.See question
My ex sign off on our home with a waiver of deed, now he is requesting refinance to take the home out of his name
You can refinance without a lawyer. The new loan will pay the old loan on which your ex was liable.See question
MOTIONS FOR CONTINUENCE
File the motion, stating the reason the continuance is needed, and how long a continuance you want. The motion must be verified, and should state that the continuance is not requested solely for delay, but so that justice can be done. Submit an order granting the motion along with the motion. Set the motion for hearing, notify the other side, and then show up to tell the court why it should grant your continuance. It helps if this is your first request for continuance. Some courts won't grant a continuance, even with good reason, if several have already been granted in the case.See question
I believe someone has unjustly enriched themselves to the deceased's money and need documentation to make my case that they have the missing money.
If you have an interest in the estate, you could bring a case against the person you think took the money. Once the case is filed, you can send requests for information to the other party, and have a subpoena issued to the bank for the information necessary to prove what happened.See question