My wife is the registered owner of the vehicle that my daughter was driving, and her age at the time of the accident was 19.
I just opened new mail, it is another asset request but with my daughter's name listed in the signature line. None with my wifes. They probably screwed up, but we will fill it in and return it, thanks. Are they likely to try attaching our home or garnishing our wages in the future?
In case they send my wife a asset form,
One of the questions is "Are any of the aformentioned properties homesteaded? How do we homestead, will it protect our home now, and what exactly is homesteading?
OK cool, so what exactly is homesteading?
Thanks for the help. we will get these forms filled out and returned. Like to get this done and over with.
I really do appreciate the help. Thank You
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