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Jan 21, 2016
Interpleader is the type of lawsuit that is filed when a real estate transaction is cancelled and the buyer and seller disagree as to who is at fault, and therefore who should get the good faith deposit held by the title company. The problem is that the title company, even if it is an attorney who represents one party, does not have the authority to determine which party is at fault and which party should keep the deposit. Therefore, the title company files an Interpleader Action and deposits the money with the Clerk of Court, to then let the Court decide who is entitled to a return of the good faith deposit. If you have comments on this podcast, or questions, please email me at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com or visit our website at www.yesnerlaw.com.
Jan 14, 2016
In this episode of the Yesner Law Podcast, we interview Lee R. Carr, II. Lee practices elder law, estate planning and probate law. Lee helps answer what happens when one spouse dies, leaving the other to help maintain and make payments on the house. Whether the surviving spouse should keep the house, sell the house, modify the loan, etc., are all questions that arise in this unfortunate time, and we can help answer those questions. We welcome suggestions on this episode or future content at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.yesnerlaw.com.
Jan 8, 2016
In this episode, I talk about a subject that is personal to me because it happened to a friend of mine. What happens when the spouse who signed the loan and mortgage dies, leaving behind a spouse who is not listed as a borrower on the loan? To find out more information about loan modifications, please visit the website at http://www.yesnerlaw.com/Debt-Alternatives/Loan-Modification.shtml, or send me an email at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com.
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