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Divorce brings a toll on everything in your life – like who gets the house in a divorce? I will talk about who gets the house, settlement, and what happens to your property.
Probate on a house is intended to prove that the will outlines the last wished of the deceased. If it claims against the will arise they will be dealt with through the probate process.
Many homeowners feel powerless when their bank sends them a Notice of Default and might consider filing bankruptcy to stop foreclosure on their house.
The first thing you are going to want to become familiar with is the tax implications when selling rental property. This is going to involve capital gains or capital losses.
Selling rental property in today’s market can be complicated. Knowing when to sell your property is just one of many questions you might have.
While you’ve gained a new property that can drastically improve your standard of living, you’ve also lost a loved one. Making decisions while you’re grieving can seem impossible.
Loan modifications, secondary loans, borrowing from acquaintances, filing for bankruptcy, and selling are all possibilities with varying success rates.
There can be several reasons why this question is asked. Let’s look at the pros and cons of selling…
Unfortunately, selling a house in probate is not an easy process and can be lengthy and somewhat frustrating. There are cases where you can sell a house without probate.
Late fees, exorbitant monthly payments, and other bills can make affording your current home a nightmare.