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What is the protocol for divorcing a patient?

A:  Divorcing a patient? What? Give more detail, I don''t understand. a patient of what?...

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What is the protocol for divorcing a patient?

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Family home - who owns what?

A:  quote:Originally posted by Was_I_Dumb:State: California Several years ago I refinanced my house (bought prior to marriage but after kids and held as sole/separate property) and my wife at the last minute refused to sign the title waiver and insisted on deeding to her as joint owner. In the end that document never got recorded by she found it and recorded it a few years later. We have recently moved and again our new home at her insistance is in joint names (Husband and Wife, Joint Tenants). I have always paid all expenses (taxes, mortgage, insurance, utilities etc) from my own accounts into which my salary is paid. My wife has her own accounts, into which her much lower salary is paid, and from which I rarely see a nickel yet pay the extra...

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Business ownership and division in a common law state

A:  The problem is that in CA if you co mingled any community property funds into the venture the ability to claim separate funds gets darn muddy darn fast and the table tilts towards community property---I think your best business business decision will be to review your options with a good CA divorce lawyer and/or small business lawyer. Even if what you have is community property there might be ways to cap future growth as separate property-or even suck hte value out of the existing entity -beyond me--but unless you address it up front you will be forever held hostage to what he might claim or the possibility that you...

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Is 50/50 ownership feasible in regards to taxes?

A:  All of those concerns you have can be very easily handled by a Attorney . If its all set up ahead of time in writting like a partnership agreement if you want to call it that . Then there can be few hassles when or if a divorce happens or a death . It would be worth every penny to pay for a legal consultation If you cannot get one for free . Rather than waiting untill you do have legal problems . [quote]Originally posted by Query1234 [b]What is the name of your state? CA My husband and I are contemplating purchasing with his father and father''s wife a triplex unit. My questions are the following: Can both parties claim tax exemptions on the property? **A: what kind of tax exemptions ie. homeowners, homestead, State, Federal, senior, handicap etc.? Post tax...

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Are these clauses legal?

A:  The first clause the you mention sounds illegal and unenforcable. I would not agree to it. As per Sec. 89-8-5. Waiver in rental agreement In any agreement, oral or written, for the rental of real property as a dwelling place, a landlord or tenant may not agree to waive or otherwise forego any of the rights, duties or remedies under this chapter, except as otherwise provided by this chapter (a) Authorizes any person to confess judgment on a claim arising out of the rental agreement; or (b) Agrees to the exculpation or limitation of any liability of the landlord arising as a result of the landlord''s willful misconduct or the costs connected therewith. The second clause you mention regarding rules is covered by Sec. 89-8-11. Use and occupancy...

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LL <~~ who do they think they are?

A:  LL says they have never given the interest on security deposit to a tenant and she''s been doing this for 25 years ~ yep, that arrogant! Is that legal? [Edited by ifihadmoneyidsueLL on 07-12-2001 at 08:41 PM] In regards to your deposit-if it was not held in an interest bearing account, there would not be any interest to return to you. I hold all my deposits in non-interest bearing accounts. If I were you I would not renew my lease, if you are still there then. Have you called your local bar association? They may be able to refer you to an attorney that can help. In my experience there is always an attorney out there willing to take on a case. No offense to you, but I had a tenant that refused to pay rent & when I started eviction proceedings she was able to find a sleazeball to defend...

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marriage & citizenship

A:  HI JW, thanks for writing. Once you get married in the states, you need to register your marriage in mexico. You can find all related information about the needed paperwork at inami.gob.mx or visit any of the Instituto Nacional de Migracion offices that are located almost in every city in mexico. Regards,...

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property tax assessment - misrepresentation?

A:  Give me a break. Your family member was aware of the tax rate ($2.46 per $100 of appraised value) when she purchased. Did she think that think the appraised value would remain $23K FOREVER (even though she bought a home for $200K)? The "professional" that may have screwed up was the loan officer, as it may impact the buyer''s ability to pay for the mortgage, real estate tax, etc. However, your family member cannot persue any legal action. JoeKelly1973 writes: "Your family member was aware of the tax rate ($2.46 per $100 of appraised value) when she purchased." The buyer was not a previous homeowner and moved to Baltimore from out-of-state, so I seriously doubt she had any idea what the tax rate was or how her property taxes were structured. She...

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Are security Deposits Tied to Building?

A:  Security deposits are refunded by the owner of the property. Right, so if the building changes hands, the liabilities (and assets) of the building change hands with it. Correct? Any idea where I may find a printable reference for courtroom purposes? Thank you again. Dave Check out the L/T laws regarding the refund of security deposits. If your deposit was transferred to the new owner, then the new owner owes you the money. If your deposit was not given to the new owner, then the old owner owes you the money. Check with the new owner and get to the bottom of this....