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  1. mikedeals

    mikedeals Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My parents bought a house in Las Vegas and lived there until their deaths over 12 years ago with my younger brother...

    He is a Jr. and when my parents were both deceased he never notified the mortgage company. He paid the mortgage for years and until recently the subject never had a reason to come up.

    My parents specified in their will that my brother would receive 1/3 of their estate, I would receive 1/3 and since each of us has one natural daughter, they each would receive 1/6.

    Now recently he has been drinking and gambling and has not made several mortgage payments... I think that foreclosure may be near if not already started..

    If he is foreclosed on, do our daughters and I have any recourse or remedy at this point?

    Thanks, Mike S
     
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    Q: If he is foreclosed on, do our daughters and I have any recourse or remedy at this point?

    A: Yes, you may buy the place at the foreclosure sale. Before you do that, however, run a title report on the place and see who actually owns it.
     

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