CONSUMER PROTECTION ASSISTANCE COALITION, INC. (DE). | Gary Lee Lane
Must make deal with bank as part of bk in court.
Answer Applies to: California
Melinda Murphy Dionne, PC | Melinda Murphy Dionne
To answer your question, more information is needed. Did your mother have a will? If so, what did the will provide with regard to the home? How much is owed on the home? Are you able to make the payments due on the home? Depending on the answers to these questions, you could keep the house if (1) you were left an interest in the home by the will, or by operation of law, and (2) you are able to make the required payments due on the property. You should speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney who can review all of the facts and guide in through this process.
Answer Applies to: Alabama
Colorado Legal Solutions | Stephen Harkess
The Chapter 13 case will be dismissed if the debtor dies. If you inherit the house, you will need to arrange to get the mortgage caught up andget themortgage payment paid going forwardor get the debt refinanced if you are going to keep the house.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
Law Office of Maureen O' Malley | Maureen O'Malley
Will her bankruptcy continue with your father or will it be dismissed? I suspect it will pass by will or intestacy, and I don't think the trustee can just take it. You can offer to buy it if it wouldn't otherwise automatically go to you.
Answer Applies to: Virginia