Generally, (investment) shares are personal property unless you are referring to shares in real property. If three people own real property together, their shares are real property.
Reputable roofing contractors like Renco Roofing will meet the adjuster at your property. Any smart company are consultants at handling roofing claims. they'll work with the claims adjuster and walk the roof and property together.
Yes, it is now community property. Unless they put together a pre-nuptial agreement.
My question is......can we Americans pool OUR money together for future investment legally?
By "money" I assume you mean the Louisiana Purchase. The whole of Kansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase agreement, together with parts or the totality of 14 other states.
If both of your names are on the deed, then you have rights to at least half the property. Depending on the type of agreement (rights of survivorship), you might own it outright. Same as true of the company, if you are named as an owner, you own at least half of it. Unless there is common law marriage in your state, you would be unable to claim anything just because you were living together. The kids would get the estate, you would be entitled to nothing from the estate. There are advantages to marriage! And a will!
Some people work together to make a business better, and grow within a great company. Many individuals are willing to put their savings into something that they believe can be beneficial.
The Prayer of Agreement is when two or more Christians gather together in prayer and are in total agreement with each others prayer requests.
Atticus makes an agreement with Scout that she can't tell Miss Fisher that they are reading together. He says that they can still read together.
Buying a house together indicates that the house would be marital property. A waiver signed before purchase means that either spouse is relinquishes any claim to the property, should the marriage end.
OK expresses agreement, synonymous with yes, and cool expresses approval; together that would be an enthusiastic agreement.
You can't "remove" the other owner's name from a deed. They own a half interest in the property if they are a grantee on a deed with you. That person would need to execute a deed that transfers their interest to you voluntarily. You need to make them an offer to buy their interest in the property. When two people purchase real property together they each have an equal right to the use and possession of the property. Since you are not married the property cannot be redistributed by a divorce decree. If you have further questions regarding the situation you should consult with an attorney.
Yess, you have the right to the property!!!
Get a lawyer.
Contracts are generally written documents binding two or more parties together by law under an agreement. An agreement accomplishes the same task, but isn't necessarily in the form of a document nor does it have to be bound by law.
solvent property is basically talking about mixing the soluble and the solute together to get this solvent
People worked together and shared their property.
Since the couple were not married the surviving person is only responsible for joint debts only. The status of the home ownership depends upon how the property is titled and the terms of the mortgage agreement.
Tell him and talk about it together and come to an agreement :)
you have to get to together and file a court paper