My sons trailer, my land
My son financed a mobile home since 1996. The trailer sits on my land and my name is not on the notes. I have been living in the trailer with my son the whole time. He was paying the note and more for years. Because he was paying more than the note he just paid each month and didn’t pay attention that the note had ballooned to much more than he was paying. He hasn’t paid a note in months. I understand that they now own the trailer, but since I’m still living in it do they have to give me an eviction notice?
I am part of a 26 lot subdivision made up of mostly double wide mobile homes. The contract we signed stated that we were to pay monthly or annually for road maintenance fees and clear water discharge. We were all paying the dues and nothing was getting done to the road. The contract also states that ”at such time as , some name, has sold outright 51% of property and does not hold title to, there will be an election of officers to take over and run the association. We have about 65% of the lots sold and we have already gotten with a local attorney and filed our officers of the association in the court house. We have been collecting the money and paving the road with gravel. All expenses can be accounted for with receipts. Now the original owner has served us all with papers from an attorney stating we owe him for every lot we own for the past 2 years road maintenance plus $250 per lot for attorney fees. All our actions go according to his contract, and all the money is on the road in gravel. My question is the way the contract is worded, he financed some of the lots personally. If the lots are not fully paid off, according to the contract, does he still ”own” and have rights to those lots to keep us below the 50% mark?
Mobile Home on Property
We recently purchased 7 acres from my husband uncle. They had a verbal agreement that anything he was taking would be gone in 30 days. His uncle has moved away and left a double wide home there. The home is going back to the mortgage company. We sent the mortgage company a letter regarding a storage fee. Is this legal since the home is still on our land? If so how much can you charge then until they move it? The land papers were signed in Oct. 2007. Storage fee would have started 30 days after that.
My father died over a year ago leaving his wife as executrix and my sister if his wife was unwilling or unable to do so. His wife has taken everything but the stock he left to us. He left us one IRA which had her listed as beneficiary in 1992 however the will was signed in 2000. Is the attorney liable for malpractice for failing to reveal this to our father.
There was another IRA left to my father’s wife and his six children. The attorney and my father’s wife refuse to show us when the account was closed and how much was there. They simply state the account did not exist at the time of death. My father’s wife also tried to change the will while he was in ICU and we believe she misused the power of attorney. She also did not report my father’s death to the account holders she reported it to the broker but the broker states it is not his responsibility to report the death. As a result, my father left his children stock and his wife continued to receive dividend checks for three quarters until I faxed a copy of the will and the death certificate to them.
My daddy’s wife has taken everything he left us except for the stock although I was told by the company holding the stock they were requesting a judgement of possession. I asked why and they stated there was a request for liquidation of the stock. They would not give me any information because my father’s wife is executrix.
She has caused a huge rift in a very close family and it has me heartbroken. There is so much more to this case but it makes me sick to see her walk away with all of my mother’s (predeceased my father by 20 years) and father’s lifes work and sacrafices.
My father was legally blind in 2003 but had macrodegeneration when he signed the will in 2000. I had a conversation with the attorney early on and told him I knew my father did not like dealing with such matters and told him I bet my father signed the will without reading (due to the difficulty with his sight) The attorney confirmed he did not read it. At the same time my father gave his wife full power of attorney and she has used it to take money from him for years.
Have we any recourse?
power of attorney info
How do I go about getting POA for my mentally ill brother for handling all his legal matters.