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10 years ago my mother transferred her house to me, she has lived in the house for 49 years. I live in the netherlands and owned my own business. Due to the crisis I have been declared bankrupt. The lawyer dealing with the bankruptcy wants to include the house in England as an asset. How does English law affect this, can they sell the house and evict my mother? She is 83 years old. Please could you advise me as I am getting nowhere here in Holland. My e-mail address [email protected]
I need an answer to this problem as soon as possible could you please let me know today. It is very important.
How long will this take the situation is desperate.
I have advised solicitors in england to look at this infomation but theyare not moving very fast and the lawyer in holland is chasing me. I am atmy wits end and dont know what to do. Your advice was good but no one seemsto know what to do.
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