Most popular Real Estate Deed Transfer Questions
Bankruptcy is a Federal mechanism but every State has significant laws which could impact the result of a Bankruptcy. It is unclear whether the...
Jeffrey Lippman ∙ July 15, 2019
A copy of your deed is typically available at the county recorder's office of the county where the property is located. <br><br>Cody Cooper's of...
Cody R Cooper ∙ August 22, 2019
I was one of 3 siblings that inherited the wi family cottage via quit claim deed from our father. He is deceased. When I pass away, does my share go to the other 2 siblings or the person of my choosing?
The answer to your question depends on whether you took title as "joint tenants" or as "tenants in common." I am not licensed to practice in Wi...
Bryan Zlimen ∙ July 19, 2019
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California. My home was quitclaimed to include myself and my kids. This was done to protect my investment. I want to now do another quitclaim to remove the kids which they are all in agreement of. Do I just do another quitclaim with you, we all sign and have notarized and then file? Trying to take care of this as simply as possible.
Ma. Question:im living in the house I grew up in. Through the years making significant changes;my mother and I areboth on the mortgage. 9which she took out on the house to build her new house down on the lake once my step father passed away 13 years ago. She holds the deedto the house. She married her first cousin and he wants to sell the house to get me out. My question is what kind of rights do I have since I hold the note but she holds the deed? And if the house is sold do I have any rights to any of the proceeds? Does her husband /cousin have the right to throw me out of my own home?
I have an investment in a real estate llc (single property with multiple partners) that is in my name. I recently established a llc to handle other personal investments, and would like to move it (the interest in the passive real estate investment) to my llc so I can deduct the interest on the loan. How do I accomplish this?