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Brother is estranged and probably will not agree to sell home, in planning what would be my options?
Some of this scenario requires information on the type of ownership you hold. But generally, when you mother passes, the property will pass to you and your brother... unless there are specific instructions, it will pass 50/50.
If he doesn't want to sell, you have to file an action for partition of property or sale in lieu. The court will order either that he buy out your interest or the house be sold and the proceeds shared.See question
I have been a victim of credit card fraud. I filed a police report and contacted American Express. My ex-husband opened the card in my name, made himself an authorized user, overcharged the card and stopped paying. I requested AmEx to send me an a...
They have to sue you where you live, or where you signed the contract. You may have a good FDCPA case against the debt collection company.See question
i took out a pay day loan a few weeks ago with netpdl. they loaned me 200 dollars with a 55 dollar interest. check my account the next day and there was an extra 300 dollars in my account from two different lenders hydra iii and mass street group....
Even though payday loans are suspect in maryland, that doesn't get you around the issue of "unjust enrichment". Just because the loan itself was illegal, you still don't get a windfall. Contact an attorney, and they will be able to work this out for you.See question
she tried to avoid prosecution by saying her visiting 10year old daughter (who lives with her mother) stole the teams credit card and went on a spending spree. after that didnt fly she just went silent on everything and thought it would go away w...
Embezzlement, Fraud, Theft, Bad Check etc. The primary issue here is the breach of trust, also, depending on the organization, you don't want a bunch of kids coming to court saying how they couldn't travel, have awards, parties, etc. b/c of your daughter.
Don't mess around with this. You need a good lawyer asap to "jump on the grenade" so to speak and minimize the damage (and possibly protect your daughter's case for technical loopholes).See question
I am divorced, but live in marital home. I am on deed, but not mortgage. My ex wants to sell house, but it is upside down. If I'm not on mortgage, but on deed, and have not signed a promissory note, am I legally responsible for amount due afte...
No. You're in a good position. Depending on your divorce terms/agreement, you may want to consider just living in the house (rent-free) until it forecloses. Why sell it? Just pay for the utilities that you like (such as water, power etc). Foreclosure will take several months, if not 1-3 years.See question
My house was on the market for sale due to a recent job loss. After 4 months of not being able to pay the mortgage I was able to make a payment plan with the lender. One payment was only 3 days late in which I received a letter stating that the ...
Send a qualified written request (QWR), you also have many options these days. You can easily find a boilerplate QWR online.
Good luck!See question
I have many medical issues which is why so many med bills (heart diffib, copd , on oxygen etc) only 50 yrs old & want to purchase my own home (on my bucket list) Have pd off all medical bills except one which i am negotiating on with collection a...
Are you saying you have a debt that is 7 years old? What has the collections agency said? have you sent letters to the credit bureau?
Contact me office next week - free consultation. You may have a great case a/g the agencies.See question
I recently got married and moved to Maryland. While I was living in Florida I co signed for a car for my ex husband 5 years ago. He lost his job could not pay for the car and so the car was repossessed and auctioned. The credit company put on our ...
No. He has no privity with the debt or obligation.See question
The court ruled the ratification of sale is denied because there is was no affidavit of notice of filing to Occupants. (Md. Rule 14-209(c).
They have to start all over.See question
I have a letter from chase that states they will release the lien for 5000, but then asked for another 2700 to settle the loan. Now they are trying to collect the debt. I called them today and they are unable to find any documentation that said ...
They very well may not be able to prove the debt, and won't be able to dispute your estoppel type defense.See question