contract for deed
Hello: I purchased a house for my daughter 7 years ago.
She and her husband have paid mortgage payment since then.
I would like to find a way to have them take over complete
control, as taxes claim interest and so on.
I paid $20,000.00 down at time of purchase but I want nothing from them.The cost $87,000.00 and the balance now is $43,000.00. Thanks for any help
How can I type my own written defense for a civil summons over an easement on a piece of property that I am purchasing on land contract. To my knowledge there is no easement on record for the plaintiffs to use my drive.
HIPPA was effective 4/14/03. I am a medicaid caseworker and am concerned now about access to my mother’s health information and my ability to make various applications for her in the future. I am also concerned what provisions my husband and I need to make now to allow an adult child to have access to our health information and take care of any other health related matters on our behalf. Currently, according to our understanding, the only people allowed access, etc. are spouses, parents, payees, POA’s or legal guardians. I called and spoke to a local lawyer who suggested a living will but I do not think his understood my question.Can you advise me concerning what we need to do?
How can I get my grandfather out of a nursing home?
My grandfather is an 84 year old man, who has been placed in a nursing home by his wife three weeks ago. She told him he would only be in there temporarily, while she underwent and recovered from gallbladder surgery. He agreed to this and allowed himself to be signed into the nursing home, and also signing over durable power of attorney papers to his wife. After residing in the nursing home for one week and not having a phone call or visit from his wife, who never did have surgery, it was becoming apparent that he was abandoned. His only son, and all six of his grandchildren, live near Cincinnati, about three hundred miles away from this nursing home. His son went to visit him, and to arrange to sign him out. He was told by the nursing home staff that only his wife could sign him out. After his weekend visit, he vowed to come back down to get him out.. He sought legal advice and was told that my grandfather could sign a paper revoking the power of attorney papers he had signed to his wife. On December 23, he was once again turned away from the nursing home, saying these papers could still not release my grandfather.
Power of Attorneys
Is there a difference between a medical power of attorney and a living will? My husband is deploying to Iraq, and they recommend he has one. However, I have seen multiple places say that they are the same thing. Could you please help?