Fiduciaries such as executors, administrators or trustee may borrow on behalf of the estate and sign for the loan in that capacity.
Using the real property currently vested in an estate (or trust) to secure financing can resolve many problems can be solved in short order. As is the case in any loan, of course, a few conditions will have to be met to assure a smooth, orderly transaction as well as providing for all of the legal requirements of estate administration.
Mortgages are typically...
GEORGIA ENACTS UNIFORM FRAUDULENT TRANSFER ACT
On April 4, 2002, Georgia Governor Roy Barnes signed House Bill 84, enacting the
Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (the “UFTA”) in Georgia, effective July 1, 2002. With this
enactment, Georgia joins 40 jurisdictions that have adopted the UFTA and repeals a version of
the Statute of 13 Elizabeth, which dates originally to 1818.
Generally, the UFTA protects creditors against a debtor that transfers property or incurs
It's very common to be upset at your lawyer after your personal injury lawsuit is filed, due to such a long time passing between the time the lawsuit commences and any settlement or trial. In most states, the other party's insurance company owes you no duty to settle quickly. Your case can be settled before trial, or consequently drag on long after the trial is over. The insurance company knows you're in a hurry to settle your case, and uses this fact to try to get you to settle for less. Here'...
"You may have the basis of a personal injury case. There have been many successfully cases of persons like yourself who have walked through what they believed was an open door, but which in fact wasn't. Instead the "door" was entirely made of transparent glass...one that was cleaned so well so as to make it appear so transparent as to be "invisible" If your focus is shifted beyond the portal (which would particularly be the case if you were running in an unfamiliar environment), it's difficult...
Get a qualified Nevada lawyer.Rear-end collisions are one of the most prevalent auto accident types. If a driver's vehicle is struck from behind by another vehicle, the resulting accident is nearly always the striking driver's fault. This holds true regardless of the reason for the first driver's stop or slow down
Case No. 93A326355
In the Matter of the Compromise of Minor's Claim by Richard A. Harris §
Civil Conversion Case Type
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Elizabeth Goff Gonzalez
California State Automobile Assoc