I can finally talk about it in the open, I talked to two attorneys. I am happy & mad at the same time. I have been vindicated. I am not on the title of the house. I found out that the originally mortgagee that did the house & mortgage were most likely fraudulent according to two attorneys. That was the mortgage broker & the original mortgagees. I would have a strong case. Unfortunately, she died without a will & no probate was done because she was insolvent at the time of her death. Even though I am next of kin & paid for ½ the mortgage, I can’t sue unless I take on the mortgage debt. Which would be stupid if I did that. However, if there is any cases or money owed from a lawsuit. It couldn’t go to the estate or me directly, it would eventually make its way to the unclaimed property of that state (I don’t know which state it would go to). Then I could claim it, being next of kin. The death certificate proves that. Are U.S. laws are kind of wacky.
I just feel bad I couldn’t honer my mom wishes. I just hope medical negligence is not the same way. It caused me a loss of income, which might make a difference.
I have been dealing with a lot of things I really couldn’t talk about in the open till now. It also help me to get this off my chest by posting this.
Just one another note, I have a good chance at getting an apartment this month. At least, I won't be homeless. He also told me I had most likely a year before I would actually have to get out if the apartment falls through. He said he could by me time if need be to get a hud apartment.
I still got figure out what to do about my credit card debt because of loss of income. He told me not to pay them & change my phone number. I am not so sure on that.
Good to hear from you and it's good to get things off your chest. I hope things get better for you. I know the laws can be whacky. My brother and sister and me where lucky we didn't have to be in the system when my Mom died. The place is paid for and she left it to my brother and sister. I was not in the Will. My Mom told my brother and sister that I can live here till I die and then they can sell the place. I didn't want to be in the Will because at the time she made it out I was on disability and it would have made me lose my disability.