does he still need a will
Hello, my father is 78 years old and lives in Las Vegas, he owns a mobile home and the property it is on (the deed to this property is also in my name), and he has a savings account and he set it up with the bank that when he dies the bank will open 2 savings accounts 1 in my name and one in my sisters name and the money will be split between these accounts, that is all that he has and he insists that he does not need a will – is eveything protected the way it is now set up, thank you so much for your time, Linda
search warrant says mobile home,they found meth in my add on .when asked why they were there they said for a body in the back yard then proceded to search my mobile home without telling me why they were there.
Possible Deficiency Judgement/Claim bankruptcy?
I have some clients who I helped purchase a home in Sept. Prior to the home, the husband owned a mobile home in a MH park. The husband sold the mobile home to someone subject to his financing until the buyer could replace the financing. The mobile was only worth about 1/2 of what it was financed for (financed for $54,000, worth about $25,000). Unfortunately, the buyer failed to continue to make payments and the mobile was repo/foreclosed upon in my client’s name. My clients’ home is 100% mortgaged and their credit was impecable before this. They have asked my advice as to what they should do. I did advise them to homestead their home, but they asked me if they should claim bankruptcy. I told them I didn’t think they should file bankruptcy because I didn’t feel it was likely they would have a deficiency judgement against them as there wasn’t any equity in their home yet and that they could protect some equity with a homestead. I did tell them I would try to get more professional advise, though, so here I am. I would really appreciate some feedback. Thank you.
Senior in Nursing Home cannot pay credit cards
My mother, age 82, is in a nursing home. Her total income is her Social Security; she is without any other financial resources. She owes nearly $13,000 on one credit card and nearly $18,000 on another. I have power of attorney and have communicated her predicament to the credit card companies. She is on Medicaid now; her total income is spent on health insurance and the copay to the nursing home. Should I file bankruptcy for her? What else should I do? What options does she have? My mother is allowed to keep $35.00 per month for personal expenses, but other than that, she has nothing. Thank you for your response.
Who is reponsible when the Property Management Contracts is sold
I have an issue with the prior property management. However, their management contract was sold to the new buyer. The issues were mismanagement and not screening tenants so now I have damages to the property that occurred during the prior management. I was told that the new property management is the successor of interest and therefore, is liable. However, they argued the following under Section 7.1 as state below:
Section 7.1 Obligation of the Sellers to Indemnify Buyer (e) states “The Seller hereby agrees, to indemnify and hold harmless the Buyer from and against . . . . any claims asserted by any person against the Buyer arising out of , or based, in whole or in part, on any negligent act or omission or intentional tortious conduct by the Seller or the Business or any of their respective employees or agents which occurred at any time, including, without limitation, all claims by any customer(s) of the Seller for any act or omission caused by the Seller at any time.”
I can’t go back to prior company since it is no longer in existence. Would the current management be responsible or the prior management? Since it was sold by a partnership who owned the prior management company, would they be responsible instead?