Concord, NC asked in Real Estate Law for North Carolina

Q: I own a house on family land that the family can't agree what to do with.

Me and my wife bought a house on her family's land. Recently their grandmother has died without a will leaving it to about 5 different hires. due to their financial issues no one wants to pay the mortgage left on the property. Just wondering what I can do legally or will we just lose our house. If the land gets foreclosed on is there anything we can do to keep our house. We are in North Carolina

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Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery
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A: Hire a competent NC attorney to determine heirship, and if there is sufficient equity, file an Action for a Sale For Partition. Act now.

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