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PeaceLily93004

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  1. pg1067 you are correct, if it had been properly deeded this wouldn't be an issue. I retained the services of an attorney for the probate and unfortunately he didn't properly deed it. Now I am at this crossroad and I don't know if I should speak with a general, probate or real estate attorney?
  2. pg1067 you are correct, if it had been properly deeded this wouldn't be an issue. I retained the services of an attorney for the probate and unfortunately he didn't properly deed it. Now I am at this crossroad and I don't know if I should speak with a general, probate or real estate attorney?
  3. My mom passed away without a legal will; however, she had written wishes for distribution of her property. My 4 siblings & I signed a document stating we will honor her wishes. Hired a probate attorney & I served as the personal representative for my mom’s estate which was probated and closed in 2006. I’ve just encountered “title issue” with one of the estate properties I “purchased” (explained below). My sibling that was to inherit the property loss it to the bankruptcy courts because he had an open bankruptcy case. During the distribution, the property was deeded to the Bankruptcy Trustee via Personal Representative Deed When the property came available for sale, I purchased it from the Trustee; I was given a Trustee deed for my purchase I placed the house on the market in 2018 and now I have an interested buyer. We were supposed to close on the deal Sept 7; however, got an email on Sept 6 stating there are “title issue” to resolve before closing According to the title company, each sibling should have quit claimed their interest in the property; therefore, they are requiring a deed from each them The PROBLEM: one sibling is now deceased; he didn’t have a spouse or kids (SN: this deceased sibling has an IRS tax lien that’s recorded and valid thru July 2019) The buyer is willing to wait another month but I don’t see how it can be resolved in a month’s time-frame. Please provide suggestions on how to handle this…..Thanks!
  4. WOW, Ted_from_Texas that's a great point, which I hadn't really considered. The plot thickens....it may be cheaper to keep him!
  5. Thanks for all the input so far. Ray1Ray1 hit the "nail on the head" as to my reason for wanting to incur more debt.
  6. My soon-to-be ex-spouse and I live in Florida. We have lived separately for 15 months and I will be filing for divorce in the near future. I am aware the state considers our debts and assets as marital if they occurred during the marriage. He has $32,000 in unsecured debt that's totally in his name and I have $2,900 of unsecured debt that's totally in my name. Several questions: He makes $16,000 more per year than me; what's the probability of my being assigned a portion of HIS $32,000 debt? Will I be responsible for the debt that he has incurred since our separation? If I take on more debt will that decrease my chances of having to pay HIS debt? For example, if I charge more, get loans for computers, home repair, etc. to bring my debt as close to his $32,000 debt as possible.
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