It was short. I need to know if there any other way than signing an agreement. For example, if I purchase the property with one of siblings, does that make a difference. If the only choice is to sign an agreement, can I do it after the purchasing has happened.
Relist: Answer quality. I would like to find out if there is another way other than signing an agreement with my partner stating the property solely owned by me. I have my brother who is interested in joining the property and sharing the cost. Does that still give entitlement for my husband knowing that he has not paid for this property? If signing an agreement between me and my husband is a must, then is it ok to do the agreement after I purchase the property? Thanks
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