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Re: son moved in when father died by beverlee miller (TX) on November 7, 2017 @13:27

                              
well its been 6 months since our nephew passed away I had wrote a story in forum we didn't go to title company because he didn't want to .because he thought his family couldn't take property if no title company was involved. but they did any way we have never received any payments I hired a lawyer but all he says is its in probate can I file forcloser while its in probate
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Re: son moved in when father died by Anonymous on November 7, 2017 @14:06 [ Reply ]
What legal authority do you have to foreclose? Are you a lender? An Owner? Who...What? Without any legal basis, you have no authority to file and foreclose on the property.

If you do have some legal basis that gives you the legal right, then yes, you can foreclose. The Executor of the estate would have to make payments to prevent foreclosing on the property.

Why didn't your lawyer explain this to you?

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