ok, i would only be putting in like 17k
Can i be put on the deed at any time
say we buy alll under her name, while i workl on BR then add my name to the deed?
ok, so its best to buy it and then clame bankruptsy
how hard is it to charge off 20k and how bad with that hurt me
she wants to bvuy this week im helping fund it
so in that case my only plan is to stay off the lease, file BR Later if i want and then bed added to the lease
what ever its called, we'vce never owned a home
we want both our names on it, but i have CC debit and medical debit
im paying a portion for the down
does a home and a everyday driver count as such assets?
yes a home is an asset and a car is an asset that needs to be protected. You really need to go meet with an attorney to discuss the details of your situation before you make any moves.
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