I am selling my house and the title company came up with a judgement against my son, who's name was on my house, but, removed with a new deed in April. I'm due for closing in December, what will happen now.
2 Answers from Attorneys
The removal of your son from the deed may be looked at as a fraudulent conveyance that can be set aside. Doubt any title company will insure this.
You will likely need to satisfy the judgment in order to have insurable title. Did you son live at the house when his name was on the title? Was it his homestead? Did it ever, even for a day. not be his homestead? There are more questions than answers in this factor pattern. You need an attorney to represent you in the sale.
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