I'm working on getting my real estate license in Texas . I had a dui in California when I was 23 and another one in Arizona when I was 32. Now I'm 41 and was reading you do not have to report expunged dui. Not sure if California one would of drop...
If the conviction was not expunged you must report it.See question
My son was in an accident hit someone from behind that person turned around got an attorney to try and sue him because he once owned a business which no longer exists and since they cant get anything from him they are now going after me which I am...
This site does not permit one word answers so I am typing this before I say "Yes".See question
I bought a couple vending machines from a man he did not give me a contract we made all the arrangements verbally now I can't afford to pay him the rest of the payments which is only 3500 and he threatening to pick up can he just come in my buildi...
If I understand you, there is nothing in writing. No contract, Bill of Sale, emails, promissory note, cancelled check. Nothing. If that is correct then I do not know how the seller can prove that you owe anything. If someone enters a place of business and is told to leave immediately but they refuse to do so, the business can call the police and report a trespass. The police will respond, not sure how fast but they will.See question
My father died recently and owned a piece of raw land near Horizon City near El Paso, TX. My parents have a trust that was created in Las Vegas, NV. The property was never put into the trust. My mother's name is not on the quick claim deed. My dec...
Without going into needless detail, you cannot do anything without hiring an experienced probate lawyer. Do that then decide if it make economic sense to do anything. Quit Claim deeds do NOT convey title. Your father many not own anything.See question
I have already registered the dba for the LLC with the state of Texas. Do I still need to have that dba registered at county level as well ? If yes, then does that dba have to be in turn registered with all the 4 counties that I operate within ...
Mr. Lautin is correct of course. The LLC must register every assumed name it uses with both the Secretary of State and with the county clerk in the county where its principal place of business in located. It is a matter of professional preference as to whether or not you should file in all counties in which it does business. it is not required. I generally do not recommend it. Please recognize that each name that is it uses that is not exactly like its name on the Certificate of Formation is a separate assumed name that must be registered. As an example, if Widget Overseas Sales, LLC is the legal name but sometimes it drops the LLC, then that is one assumed name. If it sometimes uses WOS, then that is another assumed name. If it sometimes uses Widget Overseas Sales Company, that is another assumed name.See question
7 minor kids & wife messed out of estate in 1963. Probated will. Then executor, ex wife passes , leaves estate to her relatives 1967. Houston Tx. 2016 handwriting analysis confirms will signature fraud. What does his heirs do now?
What to do now? Well, consult with an experienced probate litigator to begin with. The statute of limitations on fraud claims is 4 years from when it was discovered or "should have been" discovered. Will contest suits must be brought within 2 years of the date a Will was admitted to probate. Good luck.See question
I have no one that I trust to follow MY instructions in my will.
Yes, you can. It is entirely permissible in Texas for the attorney who drafts the Will to serve as Independent Executor. The attorney cannot, however, draft a Will which names him/her as a beneficiary.See question
I am the only person in the LLC and need to switch the property so I can refinance. I would like to know which forms to fill out so I can take it to the courthouse to file.
I am going to agree with the other fine lawyers who have responded to this . . . mostly. If the deed would transfer ownership of real property from a limited liability company to you, you would be practicing law without a license by preparing a deed "for the limited liability company." If real estate law consisted of only filling in blanks in forms, we would not have to take all those incredibly difficult real property courses during 3 years of law school. There will be capital gains tax impact of some kind to this transfer. And if there is a mortgage (which I assume there is because you want to refinance) the debtor company will be instantly in default by conveying the real property to you. Instantly. I am going to assume that you are personally obligated on the mortgage as a co-maker or guarantor because I cannot imagine a lender not requiring that. If the only asset of the company is this real property, you might consider a dissolution with the consent of the mortgage lender. Or, you can just Google for a Warranty Deed and screw it all up.See question
My cousin was trustee on the check and didn't have any way of getting it done can I get it cashed?
Signing another person's name on an endorsement is called forgery. Its a crime.See question
My mother died in 1997, her will was not probated because she had nothing, she was almost 90 yrs old and died in a nursing home. a distant relative has died without a will, and there is some money coming to mothers estate. Funds have been deposite...
You should repost this question using a Florida city. That way you may get Florida attorneys to respond. Probate laws vary from state to state. You are correct that you cannot probate your mother's Will more than 4 years after her death. There are other options. However, if your mother died before the distant Florida relative then she could not inherit from that relative. It is not possible in any state for a deceased person to inherit. So, there is something wrong in the Florida probate.See question