Husband is saying that he took me off the deed and I did not have to sign
No he didn't, rest assured, unless he forged your signature, complicit with a Notary, and if so, contact the District Attorney.See question
We recently bought a house. I know now that we should have had an attorney through the process but it's too late now. Had an inspection done and it said one window was cracked and water system could use updating but optional. Once we move in, have...
You retained an inspector to thoroughly examine the premises so as to ensure that you wouldn't have the problems that you are now having. Firstly, you should examine your written report thoroughly so ensure that your inspector actually did "miss" those deficiencies that you are complaining of and if so, you may have recourse against the inspector for breaching the contract that you had with the inspector.
Some reports contain an exculpatory clause which limits the inspector's liability to the cost of the inspection but on my experience such language has proven to be unenforceable.
I will bet that next time you will have an attorney represent you, eh?See question
My father passed away and she put my name on the deed of the house my dad bought and now she just sent me a letter from an attorney asking me to sign a quit claim deed on the property or she will take me to court to have my name removed. Can she ...
Not without your cooperation, unless your name was added to the deed originally by some means of fraud or coercion.See question
My husband owes a mortgage that isn't in my name If he should pass away am I responsible for that debt .I own my own property we time in my home that's paid for
You would not owe the debt personally or directly. However, if the house subject to the mortgage is in his name alone, then whoever inherits the house, will do so subject to the cloud of that mortgage.See question
We divorced she had me sign a quit claim deed telling me it was so she had power to refinance to get my name off the loan without me being present , unfortunately I did not knowing what I was doing. Long story short is she still lives there. Mo...
What can you do now? Not much, without her co-operation, or a lawsuit.See question
I was deeded my husbands part of his house as common tenancy he and his brother were joint owners before this. And it started as his brother just being on the deed for buying reasons. to look good on paper in order for my husband to buy our hous...
A joint tenancy pre-supposes an equal ownership. When your husband conveyed to you his 50% interest in the property that severed the joint tenancy and now you and your brother-in-law became equal owners, but now as tenants in common. Only by virtue of an equitable argument to the contrary, supported by adequate corroborative proofs, proving otherwise, you and he are equal owners as tenants in common.See question
My soon to be ex husband and I bought a house. The house is under both of our names but only his name is on the mortgage. I'm not sure what my rights are or whether or not he is able to kick me out of the house. He's been paying all bills except w...
If your name is on the deed and not on the mortgage you should congratulate yourself on a job well done.See question
I am attempting to remove his name from my property tax, we have been divorced for over 20 years, I were rewarded the home thru court, what do I do and how?
Removing your ex-husband from the property tax records as opposed to removing him from the deed are two remarkably different issues. Firstly, I must ask, why didn't you execute on this task 20 years ago as part of finalizing your divorce?
Moving forward, removing him from the tax records doesn't accomplish much. Removing him from the deed, however, would ensure your 100% ownership of the real estate. So how do you execute on this task? With his cooperation, he would execute a properly prepared, signed and acknowledged deed in recordable form. If he fails to cooperate you would need to go back to court and ask as your prayer for relief that the court order him to sign a deed to you and if he fails to so comply, you would ask the court to appoint a receiver to execute the deed on his behalf.See question
When purchasing my home, the seller signed the agent Addendum and other Greater Los Angeles Area Disclosures form questionnaire. They checked the boxes that said there were no past problems with pests and there were no defects on appliances. In ...
The only way to know for certain is to retain an astute litigation attorney who concentrates on real estate litigation and immediately initiate a lawsuit as against all of the above-named parties.See question
We purchased a condo with an attic that had an exhaust fan. They had estoppel inspection before we bought the place, as required by HOA, and there was no mention of the attic at all. We are now trying to sell our condo and had the estoppel inspect...
Your statement is unclear. Whose 35,000 is the HOA holding in escrow?See question