Thank You Sir,
My other question my homestead property is jointly owned So what will happen then? i live here with my kids. Will I be ordered to vacate.? He loaned his sister 200,000/ which he loaned them from our home equity line of credit from the other single family home that we jointly own and he is desperate to sell it now. But it has zero equity left on it. My question will I be able to get the whole entire amount he loaned or just the half of it or will the home be claimed by the bank ? He is also draining the business equity on his business property so how do I get that protected and that business property is jointly owned He has 3 other properties but said they were a gift from his brother and so I have no legal right to it but at the same time he is paying property taxes on it ? Is that right that I can't claim them although they are in his name.
Can you pl explain to me by what you meant" do not let him paint a bad pic with the bankruptcy as it is not like he wants you to assume
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