If a child assumes payments on his mothers mortgage, does the home become his after her death, regardless of how many payments have been made, as long as he has proof that he made the payments?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Not at all. The House would have to be willed to the child, or provided for in a trust, in a contract or other writing or as a joint tenant on the deed.
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