Sale of my grandmother house and received amount what is the taxs pyable?
You are the only one that should have all the necessary information to fill out your income tax return correctly to get the correct information about what the amount of
income tax may be on the sale of your grandmother house.
Your grandmother is a cosigner on your mothers house and your mother is now deceased is your grandmother now the owner?
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A teenage girl named Zoey Redbird gets marked by a vampire tracker. She finds that she has become a vampire and she leaves her family and goes to her grandmother who has always been there to help her. She thinks she has to go to the house of night and study there (the vampire school). Her grandmother lives in a lavender farm, so she goes there and find that no one is there inside the…
What if your daughter bought a home with her grandmother as a co-signer she now faces foreclosure should she file chapter 13 bankruptcy how does all this effect her grandmother?
If the house is headed for foreclosure, anyone on the title and the mortgage is facing foreclosure, not just one of the owners. If the daughter was responsible for the mortgage payments by agreement with her grandmother, and got behind in payments, she may be able to pull the mortgage out of foreclosure by a Chapter 13, if she can afford the plan payments and the current mortgage payments. If the Chapter 13 cannot succeed…
Grandmother left you money in her will and your father is executor but will not give money so how can you get a copy of the will?
Who receives your deceased father's share of your deceased grandmother's estate when he was left her house in the state of Oklahoma?
Your grandmother added your name to her house deed 5 months ago her son wants you to sign off can you be forced to?
NO. Your grandmother has the right to add your name to her property and she also must have her own reasons for doing so. Do not sign anything. Her son has no right to attempt to undo what his mother did with her own property. If he continues to insist then you and your grandmother should seek the advice of an attorney.