My mother's home was sold after it went into probate and there was some money left over is now in the bank just sitting there collecting whatever interests it is and it's been 15 years. So I'm needing to know if is there a statute of limitation on...
I am surprised it hasn't escheated to the state. You should open a probate immediately.See question
HOA is not incorporated, bylaws say board members must be homeowners. President found not be owner his wife is thru the use of an inter-spousal transfer agreement dated 2003 and she has not paid HOA dues in 8 years. He never removed himself from a...
It sounds like the other owners need to support you in having him removed. Will the other owners share the cost of removing this owner? If so, the law will allow you to bring action to have him removed. His wife, the owner, can be sued for the past due OHA dues by board direction.See question
She died 5 weeks ago, my brother received his share from her life insurance, when and how do I collect mine?
If you are a listed beneficiary of the insurance company, you should contact the company to submit your claim for the proceeds.See question
Spouse abandoned myself and children 4 years ago. At this point still not legally separated or divorced. I don't have a will/living trust presently and would like to make one. Can I reasonably make provisions for my children now in a will based on...
Anyone is free to create a trust at any time, regardless of their marital or family status.See question
We have a modified mortgage. (It’s been permanently modified one year ago.) No portion of the mortgage was forgiven but the term of the loan was extended and missed payments have been added to the principal. Our house has three liens on the trust ...
David Quintana is right. Once modified, the loan is in place. The Due-on-Sale clause isd your concern. If the lender finds out an interest in the house is transferred, it could call the entire loan due.See question
she has horses she can sell but and she mentioned she may mortgage the house. I cant wait till she gets it together.
This is one instance where I say without doubt you should get an attonrey involved. You may need to act before your ability to get your inheiritance is lost forever...See question
My father refuses to take calls from lawyers and insurance people about his 2 deceased brothers' estates and says he wants no part of them. Do I or my siblings have any rights to see if we are potential heirs ? One brother is survived by a wife, b...
Why not have your father give you an assignment of whatever interest he has or may have in each estate? As an assignee of his interest, you can then act to recover that interest.See question
My Grandmother's Estate and assets have all been taken care of except 3 plots of land she bought back in the 50's. These parcels will take year's to sell if ever. The administrator will not answer any questions as to how long she will keep these p...
Another approach may be to have he deed the property to the beneficiaries collectively. The beneficiaries can then deal with the propertys, and this will allow the estate to close.See question
I'm also the Trustee for the Trust. opps!!
This was intended as a discretionary.trust, most likely to prevent you from losing government benefits. You Should find someone else to be your Trustee.See question
I missed my chance to file cross -complaints, I want to know if I can file the counter lawsuits against the people who sue me about the same problem.
You can bring a motion for leave to file cross complaint.See question