My brother owns my parent's home for the past 14 years. It was purchased to save them from losing their home with the understanding that the purchase was made "in name only". My parent's SS money has completely gone to my brother for these past 14 years. My father passed away 4 years ago and my mother's SS money continues to go to my brother. My parents lived in the home all along and there is no written contract or lease agreement. My mother is running out of money. I am her POA. We want to get the house back in my mother's name and have a reverse mortgage. What can I do to help my mom in this situation?
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I can help you, but it will take some work to get this fixed.
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