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Is it time for my brother to sell the House?

Is it time for my brother to sell the House?

The time now has come where we feel that it is time to sell. Unfortunately my brother is unable to buy the property as he is the only breadwinner and wouldn’t be able to afford a large mortgage. All siblings have agreed he can stay in the property for the time being having made it clear that he has to find another property.

Can a father force his brothers to sell the House?

But unless you and your other brothers would be happy and able to buy him out, it’s unlikely he would find a willing buyer. He can’t force you all to sell the property, but he can ask a court to order a sale.

Can a sibling buy out an inherited house?

A brother or sister may be living in the house and not want to move out. You might want to buy it out it from siblings if you reside in the home. You may be wondering if heirs can force the sale if you inherit a parent’s house and just want to sell. Selling a parent’s house after death piles on a stressful situation.

How long has one of my brothers lived in the House?

One of my brothers has lived in the property for around 25 years. We all had a verbal agreement with my mother that he could live there as long as he needed to. We understand that one of my other brothers is now seeking to sell the house. Can he sell his share or borrow against it, and can he force the sale of the property?

When did my sister sell her parents house?

– MarketWatch My sister sold our parents’ home and pocketed the cash—what should I do now? My parents both passed away: my dad in 2004 and my mom in 2012. Dad had put their house in my youngest sister’s name before he died. It was in their will that, if anything were to happen to them, their house was to be sold and split between the kids.

What happens if my brother wants to sell my house?

The brother who wants to sell, on the other hand, does not have the right to sell the whole property without everyone’s agreement. If you each own a distinct share in the property – and so are tenants in common rather than joint tenants – in theory, the brother who wants to sell could try to sell his share without your permission.

Can a brother be made to leave a house?

JW A As one of the joint owners of the property, the brother who is living in the house has the right to occupy it, as do you and your other brothers. He can’t be made to leave the home without an exclusion order from the courts, which your other brother would have to apply for.

One of my brothers has lived in the property for around 25 years. We all had a verbal agreement with my mother that he could live there as long as he needed to. We understand that one of my other brothers is now seeking to sell the house. Can he sell his share or borrow against it, and can he force the sale of the property?

Why was there no settlement on my Brother’s Estate?

The second reason the estate was not settled: $100,000 ($25,000 per child) was held back until my brother and sister and I “released” the executor (my other brother) from any future claims and/or contests against him or the estate.

How much should I pay my brother to manage my mother’s estate?

Your brother has managed your mother’s estate for two years and — given the time and stress involved in managing a person’s estate — particularly when family is involved, $20,000 is probably not unreasonable. It’s a thankless job, except for the remuneration.

Is it legal for my brother to live in my house?

All siblings have agreed he can stay in the property for the time being having made it clear that he has to find another property. As the executor how can we make this legal without losing our individual share of the estate?

What do I owe my brothers for the House?

Mom Left Me the House. What Do I Owe My Brothers? Credit… I am in my early 60s and have two older brothers. Three years ago, my mother died suddenly, and I inherited her home and all its contents. The day after she died, one of my brothers threatened to sue me for his share of the inheritance. I waited to breathe until probate was over.

Your brother has managed your mother’s estate for two years and — given the time and stress involved in managing a person’s estate — particularly when family is involved, $20,000 is probably not unreasonable. It’s a thankless job, except for the remuneration.

When did my mother leave the property to my brothers?

Q When my mother passed away in 2012, she left her property to me and my three brothers – the deeds have been changed accordingly. One of my brothers has lived in the property for around 25 years.