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Rory M. Alarcon

Rory Alarcon’s Answers

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  • X wife s but she wont sign quickdeed

    x wife signed off all rights to property by checking I waive equitable distribution of martial property but she wont sign the quickdeed to get her name off the deed . The mortgage is in my name only . What do i need to do?" the divorce is final.

    Rory’s Answer

    You will have to bring an action in Supreme. Court to force her to sign the deed. Many divorce stipulations explicitly state that both parties would cooperate with such requests as they arise.

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  • I want to take Sprint to Small Claims Court for $328.00, lost of wages, for failing provide service.

    I've been a customer of Sprint for 12 yrs. But since I up graded to the Galaxy S3, in Nov/13, I've had one service problem after another do to their service. Therefore is it possible to get all complaints and resolutions since Nov, and any othe...

    Rory’s Answer

    You should also review the lengthy contract to determine if you waived certain claims that could be brought against them for the problems.

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  • Can Deutsche Bank foreclose as Trustee of Indymac Bank? I've had this mortgage for 7 years and never heard of Deutsche Bank.

    I looked up history of property and Indymac has not assigned mortgage. How can Deutsche Bank foreclose if they are not mortgagee? The summons states Trust 2006-AR11, Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Series 2006-AR11 Under the pooling and servi...

    Rory’s Answer

    Ivan is correct. Before any investigation into the actual assignment can begin you should consult with an attorney to represent you in the foreclosure.

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  • My landlord is harrasing me for mice

    they wont fix anything

    Rory’s Answer

    Your landlord might possibly be required to take care of the pest control problem. Check your lease agreement.

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  • Mother died a month ago had no will, had no assets or debt.Want copy of her medical report can I get it?I was her sole provider.

    She was 69 admitted for diarrhea was very dehragrated. Had cancer but was cancer free. Went into the hospital on Friday nothing was done over the weekend except to give her IV and potassium to bring back up her electrolyte. And an injection to sto...

    Rory’s Answer

    You will have to file to be administrator of your mother's estate through the Surrogate's Court. The petition may be obtained through the NY Unified Court System website.

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  • Do I have any legal standing against Chase for loss of interest rate for not being informed of the cancellation of my loan app.?

    My mortgage company canceled my application on May 13th at 1030: am because I didn't have the proper documentation (I had sent in 28 days worth of pay stubs instead of the 30 they needed, I get paid every other week and considered that a month) A...

    Rory’s Answer

    The link between the bank and prevailing interest rates is tenuous, and you admitted that you did not send sufficent documentation to them. I do not know what real damages occurred here.

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  • It's a foreclosure question:

    My cousin's husband defaulted on our family home and its in the judgement stage, can he tranfer the deed to me so that I can sell the house to pay the bank off and hopefully gets some funds to move elsewhere before an auction date?

    Rory’s Answer

    As said here, transfer of the deed is not necessary. Regardless of how you want to proceed, the transfer of the deed after the commencement of the foreclosure may be deemed invalid.

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  • Do I need to ask permission from the courts or my ex to be able to move out of the state?

    I have sole physical and legal custody of our child. His father is not involved at all. His father and I don't communicate on any level(his choice). Can I just leave or do I need to have permission from the courts first? Can I just text him his ch...

    Rory’s Answer

    This would depend upon the wording of your Judgment of Divorce / separation agreement.

    Chances are that if the father is not involved, then he is less likely to fight you in court, but it is never advised to do something contrary to the terms of your Judgment. I recommend speaking with an attorney on this and bringing all papers with you for review.

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  • Does the husband have to support the wife until retirement ? They are both 43 now

    Both parties are working for his business that his grandfather started she makes 1/4 less than he

    Rory’s Answer

    Ms. Duke is entirely correct. Other factors include whether or not you gave up your own education / job training for the marriage, the presence of children, the distribution of property and more.
    If the business is one that would allow you both to remain employed (at the business), then it is likely that you would require less support.

    In my experience, some of the most contentious divorces are those wherein the parties work together.

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