Cosign for son
I need your advice. My son wants for my husband and I to Cosign for him to purchase a mobile home. He has direct deposit but what happens if he withdraw all the money before making the payment?? and if decides to close the account??? I dont’ feel he can be trusted. I think he has a drinking and drug problem. Is there anything we can do if this happens?? can we sue him???
My mom of 88 years and her boyfriend of 82 years have been living together for approximately 6 years. He has asked her to marry him several times and we (my brother and I) have told my mom to not get married. Her boyfriend lives only on his social security in a mobile home and my moms estate is quite substantial. We do have a Family Trust and a Survivor Trust after my dad passed 10 years ago. My moms wishes is make sure her estate goes totally to her 2 sons. Her relationship with her boyfriend is completely for convenience…not love! They have not accumulated any assets of any kind since their relationship. My mom is quite concerned that he may be looking to acquire her assets by marrying her.
She would like to have some sort of legal document written to make sure her boyfriend has no rights to any of her estate when she passes. The problem is she does not want to offend her boyfriend by asking him to sign anything. Is there such a Document that could be put together to protect her assets without having her boyfriend know.
Thank you for any advise you may offer.
County Government Personal Services Agreement
I have been selected to perform a personal services contract by a New Mexico county at a fixed price. The county manager has provided a VERY one sided contract; e.g., unlimited – time and dollars – indemnification of the county. It was apparently redacted from a standard form contract.
Rather than negotiate changes item by item, (the cost would be prohibitive given the value of the work specified), is there a standard form contract in use by New Mexico Counties under the personal service statutes? If so, how can a obtain a copy.
While this initial engagement with county government does not justify retention of counsel, I am relocating to central New Mexico, intend to build a consulting practice and am interested in establishing an on-going relationship with an attorney or firm.
Thanks in advance.
Have a small house in T or C, Sierra County that was sold on Contract for deed in 1996 – the contract was never signed (I don’t have a signed copy) and not recorded, although we have honored the agreement since 1996. They are not paying regularly and are now 2 months past due. I also received a notice of violation due to tall weeds in yard which I notified them a month ago and they still have not cut them. They are still in the house. I have just sent them a certified notice to pay in full within 10 days. Since there is no signed agreement how can I get them out of the house? I live in Texas and the house is in my mother’s estate (probated).
I have a tenant who has been renting from me for 3 years and at each annual renewal he fails to sign and send back lease agreement. Do I have an enforcable contract or lease agreement?