You are a part owner of a asset that has had an attachment put onto it in your sons name. Depending on how much is owed, they may start with dispersment of items with in home to satisfy debt or take into consideration the equity in the home and for payment that way. Either way your son should contact them to make arrangements the best way he can for repayment, it can get ugly and you could wind up homeless. If you son has a job then see if creditor will garnish wages instead putting lien on home. The magic words were "mother and son" and you didn't explain why another son's creditors would have a lien put on the house. Unless the other son is part owner of the house then there is no way a lien can be put on your home, but, if you are talking about all sons being co-owners of the property then the above advice is correct. To put it more simply if son #1 and you are in co-ownership and son #2 isn't, but owes debts then there is no way creditors can put a lien on your home. I suggest you also seek the advice of a lawyer.
Generally, mother's estate is responsible for her debts. If there is no estate her creditors are out of luck.
Whomever applies to the court to replace him.
My son is fourteen and wants to leave his mothers in nova scotia and move with me to Ontario , is it his decission? What legal age can he make a choice .
There doesn't seem to be much information available but there is a program called Ontario Works which can help Ontario residents with financial help after providing some required information.
That only applies to Orthodox Jews. It's a modesty thing.
Your mother's estate is responsible for her debts. If she owned any assets then her estate must be probated to give her creditors the opportunity to make claims. If she had no assets then you should notify her creditors of her death by sending a copy of the death certificate with the bill to the billing office.
Unless you signed a contract agreeing to be responsible, your mother's estate is responsible for her debts. If she has no estate then her creditors are out of luck.
No. Unless you agreed in writing to be responsible for your mother's debts, her estate will be responsible. If there is no estate the creditors are out of luck.
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He applies to the probate court for a letter of authority. The forms necessary will be available online or at the court house.
Lots of people do. I'm a gymnast and there's always a couple of people I see at out of province competitions who are coached by their mothers.
Usually, abandonment can be claimed if the father has been out of the child's life for at least three years. This applies to mothers, also.
The possessive form for the plural noun mothers is mothers'.Example: The mothers of several students have formed a mothers' committee.
Mothers say no because mothers know best.
The possessive form of the plural noun mothers is mothers'.Example: The mothers' committee has raised the funds for the playground.
Mothers have eggs which the father fertilizes. Mothers are needed to nurse and educate the child.
Mothers count their blessings.
There is no single answer. Some mothers are very loving and some mothers are cold. Same with their daughters.
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Absolutely! They teach the same life lessons and values other mothers do.
No, they do not nurse from their mothers.
Your mothers sister is your Aunt