Tresspassin durring seperation
My husband has moved into his own appartment. We are not yet legally seperated, and plan on divorcing. He is on the deed of my mobile home but has been moved out since April. He was seen entering my home while I was on vacation without my permission, is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? What are my rights?
surviving spouse rights
my husband died suddenly he owned a little property with a mobile home on it no one has paid the taxes on it and it will be lost if not paid by march i need to know if i pay the taxes and move in can any of his four children come in and kick me out i need to know what my rights are as a surviving spouse
I only have a verbal agreement
I sold my home to someone who had bad credit. They have been there for about five years and now are moving out and sticking me with the payment. It is a mobile home in a park. The agreement was that they were going to finance it in their own name once they were able to get approved. I have no signed agreement from them. They had to be added to the title with my wife and I but are not on the loan. They also had to sign a 1-year lease with the park which has come and gone and now are on a month-to-month lease with the park. They have given 30 days notice to me and the park that they will be leaving. Can i hold them responsible for the loan and/or the lot rent after the 30 days? Or since there is no signed agreement, can they walk away with no further obligation? They have tried to get financed in the past with no success because they still do not have good enough credit.
Am I allowed to contest my recently deceased mothers estate /trust at the court hearing–I was invited
to attend the hearing if I want. I don’t know if I am named in the trust as having predeceased my
mother. In the past year a nephew took control of my unstable bed ridden mother and had been
using her funds making himself power of attorney and taking complete control of her money and
putting himself as a joint holder on her accounts. We have learned recently that he has arrest
records in 3 states and was convicted of a felony. He bought a mobile home with her money,
trucks, cars, house
My adopted son has a piece of property that was deeded to him by his biological grand mother she died why he was in prison and his bio mother was living in an old mobile home on the property,that was his grandmas, the moble home has a large attatched rm and porch that is all so attached to a pole barn. Because the deed was for the property and the trailer is not mentioned in any will his mother, because at one time it was titled, says its hers and he cannot live there,because its attached to permanent structures on his land does it make it his?