Q: Hello. This is a question concerning what power the U.S. government has over other people’s property.
Can the I.R.S. legally find a way to reverse a quitclaim on the title to a person’s house if it was quitclaimed over from a mother to her child, who are still living together in the same house, before neither a lien nor a levy could end up being put on the property?
A: Yes, there's state and federal laws that reverse fraudulent teanfers or create third party liens where property was transferred for less than fair market value or in an attempt to defraud creditors.
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