Q: I'm on ssi temporarily. My mother has my property in her name. My uncle lives in it, no income can I put it in my name?
She wanted to protect the property. Her and her husband are getting divorced and he's trying to use my home to fund her hense fund himself. He has given "far" over to his kids. I want to quit claim it to me before he gets his claws out. I've also been morbidly abused by him and 1 of his daughters. I can't live in it, because have someone in there were helping but zero income besides mortgage being paid. My step also signed quit claim when it was first purchased because he knew it was for my mom's children. She basically put sm. down payment (he didn't pay any ever), now he's claiming it's theres, it's almost paid off. He provided big down payment for his daughters homes, however it was in there name.It her name for me because i was young. I don't want my property used for his gain. Hes finacially well off.He abuses me into thinking we have no rights by mental bullying.please help. Is there away to put this in my name without losing ssi, if there's no income earned?
A: you really need to see an attorney as it's complicated because you put it in mom's name. Yes, she can sign it back to you.
But there are things that need to be done to protect you and her. Unfrotunately, these things --title transfers, etc.--cost money.
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