I own a house with 2 other parties. I can no longer afford cost of maintenance and taxes and would like to sell the house. What are my legal options?
2 Answers from Attorneys
You can sell the house. If the other two owners will not cooperate, then you can go to Court to get an Order to sell the house.
You need a lawyer to sit down with you and give you some advice.
I can explain things in detail in person after we talk. I will explain what legal issues I see, and what I can do to assist you.
This will be a free consultation. After we talk, you can decide what you would like to do.
Give me a call, make an appointment to come see me, and let's get moving on this for you. No charge for the telephone call and no charge for the first office visit.
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I agree with Rob, but suggest you talk to your co-owners first, as maybe they will buy you out or suggest something other than an outright sale. Last resort, find a buyer and start a suit for partition, which allows the house to be purchased or your co-owners can purchase your interest.
Best is to use an attorney in all instances.