my brother and sister want to give up their claim on a home that is in debt what letter do they need to sign?
Answered on: 5/16/12, 8:41 am by Miriam Jacobson
I'm not sure what you're asking, and I doubt that anyone else on this site will understand your question.
Try posting it again with a little more detail, but without revealing any identities. Spell out who owns the home, what kind of debt, and what result you all want. If your brother and sister need the legal help, they are the ones who should consult a lawyer.
THIS RESPONSE IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE, SINCE I DO NOT HAVE ALL OF THE INFORMATION THAT WOULD BE REQUIRED, AND I DO NOT HAVE A REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT WITH YOU.
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