My father in law pasted away in 2005. In the will it said that everything was to be sold (except the house) and divided. The sons and daughters didn't want to sell the vehicle so the living parent could use it. So last year the living parent gave ...
The statute of limitations on the estate has long ago run out. This wouldn't be worth the fight.See question
My mother-in-law is in a home and me and my husband her son live in her house there was a loan taken out on the house for $40,000 long story short they're going to foreclose on the house and to continue making payments on it and the mortgage comp...
I agree with Mr. Lautin, but if your mother-in-law is on Medicaid, you may need to consult an Eldercare attorney.See question
He has stored it for over 2 years free, he is moving, and didn't notify me .... selling today.... HELP
Why did you wait so long? He might have considered that you abandoned the property. You could try calling the police, but they may consider it a civil matter. Sorry.See question
I stay in some apartments. My peoperty manager is harrassing me . She First Tried To Say That I Have Alot Of Traffic at my apartment . But I have Never Had Any Complaints or notices. So She Then she Said She Could write me a Notice To Vacate. She ...
Your best bet is to come to an agreement with your landlord and be sure to get it in writing. Best of luck.See question
my husband passed away without a will and has property that was only in his name trying to transfer or sell
It may be as simple as an Affidavit of Heirship if there are no children outside of the marriage. If husband has a child or children by another woman, then you should contact an attorney. Sorry for your loss.See question
I was caretaking for both my parents before they past on. I had power of attorney and a (Life Estate-Ladybird Deed) was signed and notarized with the courts in Dallas Country. I do not think the house is in my name, need to know.
My colleague gave you excellent advice. You can also do a property search at www.dallascad.org. Click on property search and search by street address. You will have to look for it, but you can find the recording date of the deed of record. If it reflects the date that you think the Lady Bird Deed may have been filed, then you can proceed to the County Clerk's office (or call an attorney - most of us can retrieve copies online). Sorry for your loss.See question
My spouse is no longer getting along with our friend because they live and work together now. It starting to put a strain on our marriage because he is always unhappy because she is always making him mad with her attitude and smart mouth remarks. ...
If she is current on her rent, you probably need to start with a 30 day notice. If she fails to move by the deadline, then serve a 3-day notice. If she fails to leave, you can file in JP court. The entire process may take as much as 60 days. Best of luck.See question
If a tree grows up through a fence shared with a neighbor, is it considered part of that boundary and subject to approval from all parties in maintenance and/or removal of the tree? Some of the trunk is on either side of the fence.
It sounds like the tree is subject to joint ownership. However, if branches are clearly on your property, they could be trimmed as long as you do not jeopardize the health of the tree.See question
My parter an I are not married but been together for 7 years. She's still legally married and the new house she purchased has both her name and husbands name on it but I'm not. We both pay for the bills on the house and I want to know what I can d...
If only husband is on the title, then only he can remove himself and you will need his cooperation. If he is cooperative, then maybe he will deed his interest to you. It will only take a simple document.See question
The original date was February, 2006; When I checked online, it says "case closed," but does not show a release. Can this creditor renew the judgement? If not, will it ever show "released," and since they case is closed, will this come back to hau...
By statute, typically Judgments do not attach to homesteads. See The Texas Property Code 52.0012 as to how to obtain a release or self-release as to the homestead only.See question