I live in a condo complex, I'm having some problems with the neighbor above. She has accused me of sexual harassment, but I have never met her/seen/or even know what she looks like. She said this to the HOA attorney here and now it is documented. ...
You need to sit down with an attorney that has a background with libel and slander issues, not necessarily just HOAs/real estate. A background check would not generally find anything documented in a private HOA file with the HOA's attorney. If, on the other hand, you were to ever lose a job because of the false claim, you would then have potential damages if you sued her for slander/libel/defamation or other related claims. You may also be able to have a letter from your attorney added to the file at the HOA contesting the issue and including mom's email. Sit down with someone soon so you get out ahead of things.See question
We live in a HOA and have a rental house next to us. The renters are dumping raw garbage and waste into the dumpsters stored in the back yard. We share a common wall and the odor is to a point where we can't enjoy our own patio. I left a letter as...
You should discuss with a real estate attorney what your rights are on your own and not just through your HOA. You may well have nuisance claims against the neighbor depending upon your facts. I am also curious as to how temporary or permanent these dumpsters have become from the code perspective that you mention.See question
Husband died in November 2014 I have an Affidavit of Survivor and a Beneficiary Deed with certified copy of Death Certificate. Is it sufficient to file these two documents? Is there anything that is needed?
While you can generally record a certified copy of a death certificate to make the beneficiary deed act to transfer title in Arizona, and then a deed from yourself to yourself and your children can be drawn up, you should sit down with a real estate attorney that has a background in probate issues to make sure that there are not any complications involved. For example, is there a loan or other lien still outstanding on the property? Are there any judgments that might be attached to the property that should be handled before making the double transfer? Do you want them on title now or only at your death (i.e. creating a new beneficiary deed)? Do your children have any creditors that you would not want to have access to your home (ex-spouse, debts, etc.)? This is a situation where a consultation with someone that knows the areas can hopefully help you spot any possible issues before the transfers make it more difficult to fix afterward.See question
I heard a multiplier was used.
You need to sit down with an experienced personal injury attorney to go through all the facts of your case and your damages to determine what a fair offer is in your situation.See question
Applying for FHA loan, the lender wants to hold me responsible for this obligation since Arizona is a community property state.
You will likely need to work with an attorney to assist you with answering your lender. Generally, child support is a debt that is not part of the marital community; however, there could be things you have done that impact whether the debt has been assumed by you. Lenders always get itchy in trying to decide what will or will not impact your credit for underwriting and they may only listen to a letter on attorney letterhead.See question
Ex boyfriend and business partner lied under oath in two different courts .I lost my business and home .
I agree that there are many more relevant details that you need to discuss with a litigation attorney. There are possible ways to set aside a judgment, request a new trial, seek separate recovery for the damages caused, seek criminal charges, seek sanctions from the court the person lied to, etc. There is no way to properly discuss how any of those options might apply in a limited online situation such as this. Please work with an attorney to discover what your options are before you possibly lose one or more of those options for the passage of time.See question
I notified them in writing.
It depends upon what is reasonable. You may also have rights on whether you can recover costs for staying elsewhere if you have no hot water, but that may be more difficult to do in the Valley in the summer. Sit down with a landlord/tenant attorney if you need to do something about your situation while waiting for the repair to occur.See question
my wife and I legally separated 10 moths ago, asset were divided and quit claim deed signed in wife name, ? we agreed to be back to gather as married and dismiss the legal separation. Does dismissal the legal separation restores to me the share o...
You need to talk with a real estate attorney with some divorce background. Your separation is one legal issue and your deeding the property to her name alone is another. As of right now, you would need to do more than just assume that the end of the separation restores your interest because the recorded deed would say that you do not own the property.See question
A drywall company came to the house and demanteled the ceiling in the bathroom where a leak from the a/c accorded, called my mom today the threatened her with the lien without sending out or provided a bill. Is that legal?
You need to talk with an attorney familiar with mechanic's and materialmen's liens on property. The threat may be a preliminary 20 day notice which is required before a lien can occur. Then again, you may have a drywall company trying to strongarm someone they do not think will know what the law is.See question
a neighbor built a one lane bridge without a permit and covered up the survey marker for my northwest corner. Since then several surveys have been done by him and his friends that changed my border and county dedicated easement for a future road a...
You need to sit down with a real estate attorney and discuss all of the relevant facts along with the documents you have and any aerial photos you might get your hands on showing the original survey area versus what it looks like now. You have not noted the amount of time involved, and that will be important in determining what rights you have.See question