Burnsville, MN asked in Divorce for Puerto Rico

Q: My mother gifted me a house to pass down to my children it was a gift from her my husband's name is not on the deed

My mother paid for the house so that I could pass it down from generation to generation my husband has never had a job and his name is not on the deed. He knew this when we bought the house he was in the meeting and did not object to having his name not put on the deed. Once again hes never paid a dime in utilities or on the house. This was a gift to me from my mother not to us

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Jose M. Rivera Santos
Jose M. Rivera Santos
Answered
  • Ponce, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Greetings:

Did you have a prenuptial agreement when you married? Did he agreed to this when it happened? If so. is it documented? I what jurisdiction is the property situated? All of these questions can help into solving this controversy. Even so, he might try to go after this property. If you haver any other questions fell free yo contact us directly. We will be glad to be at your services.

JMRS Law offices.

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