My grandparent built and own their home and are wanting to transfer the deed into my name so i can take ownership. can a warranty deed be filed to make this change? The taxes are current, no judgements, its all clear
In Arizona, which the jurisdiction in which I practice, this transfer could be done by quit-claim deed. From your question it appears that there is no mortgage on the property. Here in Arizona the deed would need to include the appropriate exemption to transfer taxes, which accrue upon the sale of a property.
In Arizona these transaction can be handled by a licensed realtor, or by an attorney. Your grandparents should consult a local attorney experienced in such transactions to assist them.See question
My friend is 43,000.00 in arrears to child support, both the kids are well over 18 yrs old and have their own families. He's being ganished 400.00 a month for 5 years he missed yet 3 of the 5 years he's paying both the kids were 18 years old. They...
What can be done for your friend depends, at least in part, on whether or not public assistance was received by the children's mother, which would mean that the state of Arizona is collecting against him for that public assistance.
It is possible to negotiate a settlement of child support arrears, but will be extremely difficult without the assistance of experienced family law counsel. Many attorneys provide for a free consultation to discuss legal matters. Your friend should speak with, and if possible retain, such counsel.See question
He failed to provide a marriage certificate to his HR dept during an audit. i find out months later when I went to a dr that my insurance was canceled and that the appeal time limit has expired. He did this after he filed with the courts and serv...
Since you are asking this question in this forum I assume you are not represented by an attorney. Given your husband's action it would be wise for you to seek experienced family law counsel in your area.See question
Our agreement for conflict resolution is to seek mediation before petitioning a judge for anything regarding disagreements. My ex has petitioned the court twice in the last 4 months, first petition denied because it had not been 12 months since we...
I agree with both of my colleagues. Should you decide not to retain counsel to assist you, be sure that you point out to the judge the provision in your parenting plan that provides for mediation prior to a filing.See question
Part A) I very much need to implement the Income Withholding Order provided by the decree for payment of monies due from ex-spouse--after decree was final, I was seriously injured in an accident and remain unable to work for now. I have the Confir...
You should consult with an attorney to assist you in collecting. It sounds as if the best source to recover from may be the IRA, however, there will need to be some specific orders to the administrator to collect.
Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consultations, and will speak with you by telephone.
Good luck.See question
I am looking to file a termination of parental rights or abandonment. Do not know what would be better. Probably termination since the man that has been with him since 9 months plans to adopt. Do we have to be legally married for him to adopt and ...
I agree with Mr. Hall, it is really important for you to consult with, and retain, experienced counsel.
The various factors involved are too complex to analyze and set out in this forum, and you have more than one possible route to reach your ultimate destination, which is the adoption of the child.See question
I am Pro Per. Do I need to provide opposing counsel with an exhibit list? I plan on entering email into evidence. Thank you your help!!
In Arizona, which is where I am licensed, your responsibility would be to disclose the items you intend to submit as exhibits, so it would make sense to provide a list.See question
I have filed to establish Paternity/ Legal Decision Making/ Parenting Time and Child Support, however the non-custodial parent is leaving the state prior to even their response time ending. Is there additional steps/processes to address in light ...
I agree with my colleague's response. If the opposing party has been served, and does not respond, then you should be able to proceed by default.
Since you are asking this question here it appears you are not represented by counsel. Many of the experienced family law attorneys on this site offer free initial consultations. I suggest you may want to take advantage of that service.See question
I need to serve a petition to modify parenting time, custody and child support to someone being held in the MCSO 4th Ave Jail. How can I go about this?
Arrange for service with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department.
There is a cost, but they will certainly know where the person they intend to serve is.See question
Here are the facts; I work full time, have 3 children additional to my son, my wife work full-time. we alternate our schedule so we don't have to pay for child care or like as possible. My son's mother is engage has a 3 year old with her fiance, o...
You should consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area. Different states have different rules and procedures, so local counsel is important.
In Arizona, which is the jurisdiction in which I practice, given your facts, the court would at the very least impute minimum wage to your ex-wife, which might or might not result in a change in the child support.See question