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My spouse past away 17 months ago from a terminal illness there for I also suffered a loss of income as well
A typical deed in lieu agreement includes an agreement by the lender not to pursue a deficiency judgment against the borrower. If you agree to do a deed in lieu the lender should prepare an agreement which states that lender gives up the right to seek a personal money judgment against you.See question
I been scammed by a person, that was suppose to do a short sale for me but instead had me do a QUIT CLAIM FEED, and now my house is in his name and not mine.
You might contact the Attorney General's office in Hartford too, to see if it is a situation that they would investigate.See question
I believe the person I trusted to do a short sale for me just scammed me for my house
You should not deed the house except to the person buying it at the short sale. You should not deed it to the person assisting you. Contact an attorney to review this for you.See question
A grandmother quit claiming her home to a grandchild, what are each parties costs and responsibly. The grandmother is applying for medicaid
The other attorneys are all correct - do not do this without consulting with an attorney to advise you on all the ramifications. My colleague recently posted this blog post which might be good information for you too http://www.gpsp.com/2016/04/12/should-i-transfer-my-house-to-my-kids/See question
I co-own real estate with a family member (JTWROS), but the relationship has gone sour. I don't really want to go through a long, expensive legal process, and the co-owner did not agree with me to sell. Can I simply remove myself from JTWROS? I...
If you want to remove your name from the title and thus no longer own an interest in the property you can deed your interest to the other owner either for consideration (money) or no consideration (no funds changing hands). That would have to be done with the co-owner's agreement, i.e. not unilaterally. It would not remove you from any mortgage that is on the premises. You should consult a local real estate attorney for advice.See question
I operate my business as an llc and the property is owned by my llc. The lawsuit does not name the llc. I have already filed an answer denying the allegations. Can i require the plaintiff to name the LLC? Can I get action dismissed as to me as ...
First you need to notify any potential insurance carrier of the claim. This would include your premises liability carrier as well as any other business insurance and any personal liability carrier. Beyond that the LLC should provide a shield but you need to retain counsel to properly raise those issues. Consult an attorney!See question
A family is occupying the home I recently purchased, after foreclosure was filed by the previous owner. They have no lease with the previous owner and have not paid rent. What law can I invoke to force them to move?
Generally the only way to get them out is an eviction as suggested above. You should consult an attorney to have a notice to quit drafted as there can be various potential grounds to put in the notice to quit. If they broke in and are tresspassing your attorney might have other suggestions but I would not do anything without legal advice.See question
My husband and I opened our own business and hired an electrician. He estimated the job at $5k, but dragged the project on until it reached the $12k. We made him sign an agreement to finish the job within that week, which he signed it, but proce...
Your question does not really state what your damages are. Did you give him money and he did no work? Or are you unhappy with the quality and timelieness of what he did? Or was it just more expensive than anticipated?See question
The child of the deceased person ,predeceased his parent and had one child. The state is CT., in New Haven county. Parents of the deceased are both alive. The only remaining grandchild is a minor with a living guardian (her mother).
I agree with Attorney Weatherby and would reiterate his advice to seek legal counsel if you are involved in this particular matter, to determine the assets that might be in the estate as well the implications of the intestacy.See question
Is a lawyer required or recommend for this situation?
You definitely need an attorney to protect your interests. In CT seller and buyer each have an attorney and the buyer's attorney also usually closes the loan for the buyer's lender.See question