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A BONUS is a wonderful way to tell the expert her time and effort are appreciated. The mortgage lein was something my sister and brother did in the lawyers office, so I'm assuming it is a reputable agreement.
The rental I spoke of is the estate home itself (not a separate property). My mother was in bad health and wanted me, the eldest, to be personal rep of my fathers estate (who passed away first) and my brother was the personal rep of my mother's estate. Since he moved into the home (of the estate), I figured it would be more convenient for him to be PR, especially since I live an hour away from the homestead and my sister lives out of state.
Since my mother passed away before my father's probate was final, she did not have the chance to do another will, therefore all property was divided between me, my sister and brother. In order for forclosure to keep from happening on the house, my brother and his family moved into my parents house and paid off the ,000 still owed on the mortgage. My brother wanted to buy out me and my sister, but he won't even talk to us about it when it comes to "when do we get our money for our share".
It's been 2 years since the probate was final on my mother's estate.
My father passed away in April 2007 and my mother followed in Nov. Their will wasn't accepted by probate court because it was a copy and not the original.
But, according to probate, everything went to my mother when my father died.
When my sister reminded him he had a little over a month to fullfill the agreement, he told her not to call him again, that he would send her the money when he had it.
My sister, brother and I inherited the estate of our parents who both passed away in 2007.
Unfortunately, the only legal thing you can do is sue him, as noted above.
Last May, 2010, my brother and sister signed an agreement (or lein as as the lawyer referred to it), that my brother would have 1 year to come up with her part of the money from the estate. If your brother has been living scott free for 2 years (I'd say from the time your mom passed til now), he may very well get nothing from the sale, since he owes so much back rent!
Can my sister forclose on the lein agreement in order to make him pay her her part?
If you can supply answers to these questions, I would greatly appreciate it. Sandra Epps Robbs ***@******.***My sister, brother and I inherited the estate of our parents who both passed away in 2007.
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