In Ohio if you receive property in a will do you half to except it if so are you responsible for the debt?
You don't have to accept it. If there is a lien against the property, you would be responsible for it. Maybe you could sell the property, pay it off and keep the rest.
In the state of Ohio can a husband be held financially responsible for the wife's repossessed vehicle if his name is not on the loan?
The average payment an Ohio land owner would receive for having an oil drilling rig on his property varies greatly depending on the type of land lease entered into by the owner and the drilling company. Some leases offer a monthly payment of $200 to thousands of dollars and some leases also provide royalties from oil found on that land.
If a credit card debt is only yours and it is not paid can they take your husband's property or property in both of your names in Ohio?
Real property would not be subject to attachment as Ohio is not a community property state and therefore only the spouse who incurred the debt is responsible for the debt. However, it is possible in some cases for a lien to be placed against the debtor spouse's share of a homestead as Ohio law allows for the "equitable division of property". Joint bank accounts can be subject to levy thereby requiring the non-debtor spouse to…
What happens when brother and sister buy a house and brother dies without leaving a will or survivorship deed Does his son have any claim to house or does sister own all This is in Ohio?
The way the property is titled determines who takes ownership. If the property is titled as Joint Tenants or Joint Tenants With Right of Survivorship, the surviving person(s) named on the deed receive the entire property and it is not subject to probate distribution. If the property is titled as Tenants-In-Common, it is subject to probate distribution as required under the laws of the state in which the property is located.
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Is a wife responsible for a medical debt of her husband's in Ohio if he was on her medical insurance and is now deceased?
By Ohio Law, you are required to carry car insurance on a vehicle that is title in your name. In addition, to operate a vehicle in Ohio, you must be able to show proof of financial responsibility. However, when you receive your license, they do not require you to furnish proof of insurance or other financial responsibility at that time.
That depends on the names listed as grantees on the deed and what tenancy was recited. Ohio is not a community property state so the grantee(s) in the deed owns the property. The following tenancies are recognized in Ohio: Ohio:Ohio recognizes the following types of ownership: tenancy in common, joint tenancy and tenancy by entirety created prior to April 4, 1985, but not community property and tenancy by entirety after April 4, 1985. A grant…