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WHAT IS A TAX WARRANT IN OKLAHOMA? ANSWERED BY ATTORNEY.

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Feb 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

What is a tax warrant in Oklahoma? A tax warrant equals a tax lien. Thankfully, a tax warrant differs from an arrest warrant. Unless you committed blatant tax fraud, you can probably breathe easy! However, tax warrants can still pack a punch. To avoid a bad outcome, you should take note of the fo...

PARTITION ACTION FOR TENANTS IN COMMON

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Feb 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

This article explains the rules surrounding a partition action for tenants in common. When multiple individuals own the same property as tenants in common, the property typically qualifies for partition. For details on the partition and forced sale process, please see my other articles listed bel...

CAN SIBLINGS FORCE THE SALE OF INHERITED PROPERTY?

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Feb 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Can siblings force the sale of inherited property? Yes, generally such property qualifies for a partition action. However, do not simply assume. Educate yourself, and make sure you understand the factors discussed below. This article explains the basic rights and procedures surrounding forced sal...

HOW TO FORCE THE SALE OF JOINTLY OWNED PROPERTY

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Feb 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

This article provides clear instructions on how to force the sale of jointly owned property. Although forced sales can be complex, this article boils the process down to its basics. For more information on the forced sale and partition process, see the following articles: (1) Forced Sale of Joint...

FORCED SALE OF JOINTLY OWNED PROPERTY (PARTITION)

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Feb 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

When two or more people own the same property, one of the owners CAN accomplish a forced sale of the jointly owned property. This often occurs due to inheritance, divorce, or business ventures gone bad. Maybe you're being threatened with a forced sale. Or maybe you're interested in forcing a sale...

QUIET TITLE TIME FRAME: HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Jul 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

8-12 weeks is a typical quiet title time frame.  However, do not assume that your quiet title is a typical one!  There may be other factors at play. To accurately estimate your unique quiet title time frame, you must be aware of the factors discussed below (phases I through III).  (This summary i...

BEFORE HIRING A QUIET TITLE ATTORNEY, READ THIS.

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Jul 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

The last thing you need is an overpaid and ineffective quiet title attorney.  You want an attorney who specializes in solving your unique problem and does not overcharge you for doing so.  This article provides the most important considerations to bear in mind as you seek out a quiet title specia...

CAN I RECOVER ATTORNEY FEES IN A QUIET TITLE LAWSUIT?

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Jul 02, 2018 | 0 Comments

AN I RECOVER MY ATTORNEY FEES IN A QUIET TITLE LAWSUIT? Yes, but only in certain circumstances.   In most states, the winning party can potentially recover attorney fees in a quiet title lawsuit.  Alternatively, a property owner can potentially recover the cost of a quiet title action based on a...

HOW MUCH DOES A QUIET TITLE ACTION COST?

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Jun 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

How much does a quiet title action cost? Attorney fees often range from $1,500 to $5,000 for uncontested quiet title actions. Contested (or litigated) quiet title actions can cost much more. To more accurately estimate the cost of your specific quiet title, review the factors discussed in this ar...

WHAT IS A QUIET TITLE ACTION?

Posted by Ryan A. Jones | Jun 09, 2018 | 2 Comments

What is a quiet title action? To put it very simply, a quiet title action is a legal proceeding used for one of two purposes: (1) it can be used to fix or “cure” a title issue; or (2) it can be used to settle a dispute over the ownership of real property.  The best way to protect yourself is to e...

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