I bought a house in 2006, they filed for foreclosure in 2010. I did not contest. The final judgment was on July 2013 to be sold at auction July 31,2013. Then I guess for some reason it did not happen. June 2014 they reopened case and voluntary dis...
You are correct that the current law is that a new default occurs with each month's nonpayment. The acceleration was cancelled with the dismissal of the first case. The statute of limitations is five years from the most recent default date. No, it does not seem fair. On the other hand, you are living in the house and only have to pay real property taxes.See question
How much in taxes will they take and can I get that back
You will need to file a tax return to see what you owe in taxes. If taxes are withheld from your winnings, you would include that amount on your tax return to get a bottom line amount owed or refunded.See question
I have been married to my wife for 7 yrs and have 3 daughters and i kno she cheated on me but she wont tell me along with writing multiple guys in jail and is planning on leaving me for another girl in jail but before i leave my only true love i N...
The answer to your question is that the Sheriff or a private process server can serve papers for a divorce. Most would recommend counseling and a divorce attorney for you.See question
tenant vs Land lord-------i am the tenant
If you won a judgment in 2010, it is still enforceable, but you have to take action to collect on it. What settlement? Was a settlement agreement signed and filed with the court? Just because you may have gotten a judgment does not mean there is a settlement.See question
A membership meeting was held to vote on a couple of very important issues. I was the only member attending in person with proxies submitted to reach a quorum. The problem with the proxies is that it appoints the "Secretary" to vote as proxy, b...
No, only the Secretary was appointed to act as agent for the person signing the proxy. So, there was not a quorum and the meeting could not proceed. The Bylaws of your association apply to voting requirements.See question
Buyer entered a contract for sale and purchase. He did receive all the condo docs, rules and regulations but didn't read them. During interview he stated that he owns pets and a pick-up truck that will be parked in the parking lot of the condomini...
Would have to see the contract. Was acceptance by the condo board a requirement? The proper way would be determine contractual requirements and make a demand upon the escrow agent for a return of the deposit.See question
I just recently obtained a pre-settlement loan from a lawsuit I'm involved in. Is it possible that the company I got student loans from can access my new bank account or take money out of it in the future?
The first question is whether you had federally insured student loans. The collection rights are very different. A judgment against you is not required to collect defaulted federally insured student loans. Recommend you contact counsel with experience in student loan collections,.See question
My mother-in-law wants to list me, her daughter (who is my wife), and our adult daughter as grantees on a lady bird deed. Is this okay or should just me or my wife be listed along with our daughter as grantees. The goal is to have our daughter ult...
A Lady Bird deed can be a good way to transfer real property without probate. But, do not try it at home. Your mother-in-law should consult with an estate planning attorney, who would draft the deed or other documents properly.See question
Over two months ago my husband and I tried buying a 2004 Chev Avalanche from ADVANCE AUTO BROKER. We put down $2000 and turned in my husband’s BMW. (We owed almost $5000) on the BMW. The dealership guaranteed us we had an approval from a bank but ...
You should certainly consult with a consumer protection lawyer to try to sort out your situation. From your versions of events, you are being taken advantage of.See question
For $1500 selling name, phone number, personal property, website. Want to indemnify myself. Real estate company. Have the sec. of state form, but wondering if any language in the sale contract could protect me
Yes, an asset purchase and sale agreement could contain indemnification language, but the protection would only be as good as the buyer's assets are.See question