registered owner rights
my father is the legal owner and I am the registered owner of a mobile home just purchased for $19,000. I am in debt with credit cards approx. $30,000.If I just stop pauing on the credit cards will they take the mobile home away from me?Or force me to sell if I am the registered owner?
moble home park manager or scam artist?
I bought a reposssed mobile home from a finance company that filed a corporate bankrutcy, reorganization, in Dec.
I have already sold it and the new owners want to move it from the mobile home park. The manager of the park called and sd we would have to pay $500 for the past lot rent and we agreed to do this. However he then called back and sd it would be $1200, trying to collect on lot rent prior to december when the finance company owned it, now he says if we will keep the mobile home there he will drop the past lot rent and give us a $100 profit for any new renter.This seems like a scam to me because he mentioned that he had tryed to buy the mobile home. He did say if we come to remove it he will have us arrested? Please let me know my rights on this. The people who bought it would like to move it this weekend. Thank you
My wife deferred the mail and hasn’t made a payment on the house in two years. I was just served with notice to quit and have to be out in three days. I have the $30,000 for the arrears I contacted a lawyer whom I gave $3,000 retainer to help me, but He returned my deposit and explained there is nothing I can do. Please Let me know if I have any options, other than lose my house.
Recovering fees from an adversary proceeding back in state court
My ex-spouse filed bankruptcy after our divorce. I have a hold harmless clause in the decree. I was forced to file adversary proceeding 523(a)15 to stop the discharge of one joint debt. I prevailed. Can I recoup my attorney fees back in the state court, under the hold harmless agreement, or is this out of the state court’s jurisdiction?
Bankruptcy/ Real Estate
Unfortunately, my husband and I have begun the proceedings to file for bankruptcy on approx. $25000 worth of credit card debt. We are current on all vehicle loans, and both mortgage and line of credit, and had no intention of including our home in the bankruptcy. However, as we understand that the bankruptcy will make it very difficult for us to purchase a new house for a few years, and as we are quickly outgrowing our 3 bedroom 1 bath home, we are reconsidering that decision. We are in Michigan, and therefore have around $40000 negative equity in our house, which is located on a very busy main road. We are trying to emerge from this devastating situation in the best possible position for our family, and with the real estate market like it is in Michigan, rent to own, or land contracts are readily abundant. We are outdoor people, who have dreams of one day owning a small hobby farm where our children can run free. We can’t help wondering if this may be our opportunity to get out of a house that will be difficult to sell in a good market and start over again with more space around us? Any advice would be highly appreciated. Thank you.