It depends on what kind of title you're talking about. Anyone can be added to a car title, regardless of whether they're related or married. what about adding someone to my home's title as co-owner?
not unless u got married legally
you add a person name to the title of a car by changing your licence plate to their name
A person cannot add a name to a title if the bank is the lien holder unless the bank agrees to the title name addition. A person could approach the bank and ask them to add the name to the title.
You can finance a car, but cannot add another person to the title. If you buy a car outright, you can add whoever you wish.
no the lien has to be removed first then you can add another person to the title.sorry.
The current owner and the person being added to the title go to your local Tax collector/DMV (whichever agency handles title work in your city/state ) and tell them to add the person to the title. Pretty simple. There will be a fee for a new title of course.
A married couple in most states.
You can only have one owner name on a car title. If you have decided that you want it in one of your parent's name, you can sign the title over to them and list the dollar amount as $0 so you won't have to pay sales tax again, only title transfer fees. Unless of course they are buying from you.
In English, the proper title of a married lady is Mrs., the title of respect would be Madam, or Mam.
type /title and select the title you want. Then type /title (number of title you want).
thru a lawyer or solicitor being present when adding their name to any document
This will depend on whether your husband added you to the title or left the house to you in his will. Because he owned the property before you were married, he could leave it to another person in his will if he never added you to the title.
No. If the person has earned the title "Sir", it indicates they have been knighted and that title should be used preceding their name. If the person does not have a title, you would then address them as Mr. preceding their name. In normal conversation, I think it would be acceptable to address the person as "Mr." regardless of whether they have a title, and to use "Sir", as in "Thank you, Mr. Doyle. Can I help you with anything else, sir?"
The title of the person appointed by the court to settle the estate of a person who left a will is the executor.
add by ur hands,haha
When a person is asked to indicate their preferred title, they are being asked how they wish to be addressed. For example, a married woman may prefer to be referred to as "Mrs.", whilst a vicar would usually hold the title "Reverend".
Not exactly. The person with title to a property is the person who legally owns it. A deed and a title are not the same thing. A deed is a legal document that transfers the title from one person to another.
Mr. or Ms.
Yes, they can be sued. Its law.