Legal Advice for Deed to Real Estate — 2,821 results
Written by attorney Cedulie Laumann, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Don't wait! The first step is to sit down with paper and pencil (or use a spreadsheet like Excel) and detail your income and every single monthly bill or expense. Regardless of your... more
Written by attorney Ahmad Sulaiman, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
What is a Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure? A Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure is a voluntary transfer of the property to the Lender in full satisfaction of the amount owed. By accepting the Deed... more
Written by attorney Karen L Brady, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine if A Beneficiary Deed Is Right For You You can only transfer by beneficiary deed what you own, so you can't transfer the interest of someone who co-owns the property with you.... more
Written by attorney Matthew Schultz, 6 months ago.
The purpose of this guide is to educate the public about Title Insurance, which is the indemnity agreement issued to protect homeowners from claims of ownership, outstanding debts of... more
Written by attorney Jacques Tushinsky-Fox, 10 months ago.
(1) What is Estate Planning?
(2) Why Estate Planning?
Written by attorney Travis I. Dafoe, 6 months ago.
It is generally a mistake to put your kids on your property deed. It Transfers an Interest in the Property If you put your child's name on the deed, your child owns part of the house. So,... more
Written by attorney Beverly Eckard, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Understand How Estate Recovery Works Benefits paid by Medicaid for skilled nursing care or for personal care services at the assisted living level are estate recoverable by the Medicaid... more
Written by attorney Patrick Johnson, 2 months ago.
Corrective Deeds may be used to correct errors in a previous deed. Error in a Deed Many errors in real estate transactions can occur, including errors in the grantor and grantee; in the... more
Written by attorney Deborah L Mack, 11 months ago.
What are my liabilities if I am on the title to a real estate Deed?
Anyone listed on the Deed is liable for real estate taxes, premises liability if someone falls on or breaks into the... more
Written by attorney Andrew Ben Boyer, about 1 year ago.
On behalf of Andrew Boyer PC posted on Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Any divorce has the potential to be a massively complicated affair. Many Illinois couples spend months in court arguing... more