Q: I have a question regarding my parents home. On this home they were three owners which were my two uncles to my dad.
In this home they left it because they had personal issues they had to take care of. Leaving us alone for several years to pay mortgage insurance in any other necessary payments. We did receive a letter saying they want to force Sale We did not agree because This is the only home we have and we are the only party fulfilling the responsibilities of buying the home and paying for it. Within contacted them in which they refused so we decided to take legal action which we later dissolved and decided to talk to them personally agree on a price in which we would pay for the port which included a deduction of payments they have missed and other personal deductions. They agreed we didn’t contacted a loan company in order to create a new loan and to change the title. They have sent out the new loan papers in which we are just waiting for them to sign. Now we discover that on the title my cousin appears who is currently barely 18 has no credit. My dad didn’t sign any papers to add her.
A: Due to many grammer and spelling errors this question is impossible to answer at this time. You need professional help and should get it. I recommend that you pay a lawyer to meet either in person (best) or via video chat (not as good as in person). Then discuss your situation to understand what you need to know and do. Good luck.
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