my husban and me signed our property over to our children to protect it from hospital bill or anything needed and when i decided to get a divorce from him to keep the property from being sold or split i filed the deeds we had signed. now i want to...
That ship may very well have sailed, so to speak. Possibly, the only option may be that you would require their 100% co-operation to executed a Deed back into the two of you.See question
I am planning to buy a house in the next couple of months. I want to add my mate and to be wife to the deed after I purchase the home. How long must I wait in order to do this? We both reside in Texas
That is really a question that you should pose to your prospective Lender before you proceed with the deal, because you may very well find their answer to be "never".See question
My father passed away some time back anf my mother would like to change title to one of her daughters
Answering from a New York perspective, if your mother was the surviving tenant by the entirety (surviving spouse) of your father, she now is the sole owner and may do as she sees fit, provided that she possesses all of her mental faculties. If there are multiple children she should carefully consider that first before she elects to convey title to one child.See question
My mom and her husband just paid HOUSE off and they are wanting to add my mothers husband on title!
The best way you could help your mother is to find her a competent real estate attorney who can effectively counsel her as to the potential consequences of her decision to add her "husband", who by your intimation is not your father, to her deed, including but not limited to, the tax consequences of such decision, the effect it may have on her title insurance policy, the possibilities of the risks if her husband has any undisclosed judgments against him that she is unaware of and if, by chance they get divorced, what she risks losing.See question
My ex husband has not adhered to the stipulations of the divorce decree, his monetary responsibility, Can a court force his name of my house
Possibly but you won't know unless you go back to court and make that demand in your prayer for relief.See question
My wife and I closed on our house in February 2016. The builder never completed the post settlement review/fixes. The builder who worked on our home left this company 1 week after we closed (we were his last house). We were kinda of transferred to...
I guess you should say to yourself: " How am I doing so far, without having an attorney assisting me"? And then decide.See question
My attorney has sent me the disapproval letter for a real estate deal on my request which I want to cancel during the attorney's review period. My question is that can I send it to the other party (seller's attorney and agent) or my attorney has t...
Paragraph 22(3) of the boilerplate New Jersey contract requires that your attorney disapproves of the contract.See question
I am applying for a refinance loan on a commercial property in NY. My lender's attorney sent a whole list of unnecessary searches to be included in title report. Is it legal in NY for lender's attorney to dictate the type of searches to be conduct...
A lender/lender's attorney may be entitled to dictate the kind of searches they want, but they cannot dictate where a borrower must obtain the title searches and lender's policy from. Oftentimes they work from a silly checklist as to what searches they want, but if the title agency is paying attention, then rather than just ordering unnecessary searches, at your cost and expense, they will alert you in advance of your paying for these unnecessary searches as to which ones may be relevant to your transaction, in which case, you can alert your lender directly of your title agency's opinion. An astute title agency will not encourage you to procure searches which will not accomplish anything. If your lender insists, then maybe it's time to shop for another less foolish lender, and if the lender's attorney is wearing blinders as well as to the waste of YOUR money then that will confirm my suggestion to shop for another lender. If your selected title agency is not on the same page with the lender and is alerting you as to the unnecessary nature of some of the searches then it is apparent that they at least are looking out for you, even if the lender is not.See question
My father-in-law lives with us and my husband wants to sell the home. The house title is under my husband only, but my father-in-law is trying to stop us from selling the house saying the home was purchased for him. He's trying everything to stop ...
The most expeditious way that your father-in-law can prevent the sale is by refusing to move because no one will want to buy and close on your house with him still in it. Or if they do, it will no doubt be with a steep discount.See question
About 8 months ago I added my son & his wife to the deed to my house in order for them to assume loan once they were on deed for 6 months. Well the loan was denied do to the current condition to the house. I would like to just sell house, but I am...
Not unless they either join in the sale or their names come off the deed, which requires their full co-operation.See question