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Name on deeds (2 Posts)
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01 February, 2017 09:23PM
Name on deeds
jakku759 - 01 February, 2017 09:23PM
Hiya my name is jack and im really worried basically my dad owns the house as his name is on the deed, they couldnt put my mums name on the deed as she had debts at the time and still does, now that their relationship is falling apart my mum is being extremely spiteful, shes trying to get her name on the deed and my dads of it, but if that happens the house could be repossessed as she still has a lot of debts. My question is will she be able to get her name on the deeds without my dads consent?

Some information i forgot to put in, no they arent married if that makes a difference, and yes my mum did put money into the house to get it but couldnt have her name on because of the debts she had.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/02/2017 09:25PM by jakku759.
Re: Name on deeds
davidterry - 02 February, 2017 12:45PM
If your mother put money into the house it is very likely she is a beneficial owner of at least part of the house. I don't see anything spiteful in her wishing to have her interest protected in some way.
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