Can a sibling change and add his name to a parents mortgage without consent of other brother? He was renting. The Will says estate to be split. Both names on deed after mortgage changed. Can brother paying mortgage own house after mom passes away?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Probably everything was done legitimate even if the other brother didn't know all the facts. Someone has to look at the paperwork to give you the right answer. There's no way to figure out the right answer to your question without looking at all the paperwork. It's not likely however that the mortgage company and the title company would do anything under the table. Just because the other brother doesn't how things turned out doesn't mean anyone did something illegal. But there's no way to know without looking at the papers.
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