Yes. In most cases a judge can order the sale of a home when deciding the division of marital property. Generally each spouse is offered the option of refinancing the property under their own name. If an equitable arrangement cannot be made between the divorcing couple the property is usually partitioned according to state dissolution of marriage laws.
No. Not unless the other joint owner agreed to be responsible for paying for the owner who is in the nursing home.
Hopefully, yes. Just get a good divorce lawyer!
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No. Squatting in a home that is for sale is trespassing and against the law.
It depends on how the estate was distributed. If the property was left to a specific person, no, they cannot force the sale. If it is part of the estate in general, they can force the sale or require the person who wants it to pay them for their share.
Yes a wife has monetary rights to her husbands home in a divorce.
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United StatesYou cannot force your wife to remain married to you. She can obtain a divorce without your cooperation. It will take longer.United StatesYou cannot force your wife to remain married to you. She can obtain a divorce without your cooperation. It will take longer.United StatesYou cannot force your wife to remain married to you. She can obtain a divorce without your cooperation. It will take longer.United StatesYou cannot force your wife to remain married to you. She can obtain a divorce without your cooperation. It will take longer.
Yes she can.
In the US, no.
You can go to apartments.com and type in brighton, MA to find Home for Sale.
If you live in the US, you can't force someone to stay married to you.
Usually not. You are as entitled to the communal home as he, until and unless a divorce decree tells you differently.
Yes. Only a single sibling can force a sale if they petition the court for a partition of the land. See related question link.
You can file for divorce even if your husband was still living at home. However, divorce laws vary by state.
An estate sale can be a way to get rid of a significant part of the property owned by someone who deceased. Moving can also be a reason for an estate sale. Other reasons are divorce and retirement.
at the auction sale of my home the sale was stopped. i did not file bankruptcy. i have two mortgages own by investors need to make a decision to or to move?
The best way to indicate that a home is for sale is to put a for sale sign on your front lawn, which is usually placed there by the real estate agent with whom you are dealing with to sell your home!
No. The holder of a life estate has only the right to use the property and does not own a fee interest.
Settlement was made out of court as part of a business sale is it taxable
No, there are no limits.
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A "short sale" refers to a home that is being sold for less than the balance owed to the mortgage company. For example, a home is listed for 450,000, but the owner owes 600,000 on the home. This would be a short sale.
Your spouse can contest the divorce at any point that they want to. They cannot force you to stay married to them so it only drags it out if they contest it.