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  • Who Owns My House?Episode 331:Who Owns My House?

    As housing prices have appreciated, we have seen less foreclosures and short sales - they're not gone, but clearly reduced in number recently.

    The trend we've seen in an increase in other types of lawsuits with the increase in property values.

    In particular, I have many more partition lawsuits in the office than I did a year or even six months ago. In a partition lawsuit, two co-owners are fighting over whether to sell a jointly owned home, and when sold how much does each owner receive from the sale. Typically, partition lawsuits arise between unmarried individuals that own property - siblings or extended family, non-married individuals that co-own a home, and people who acquire a home jointly as heirs of a deceased person.

    Along with partition lawsuits, we have also seen a rise in quiet title lawsuits. The purpose of a quiet title lawsuit is to have the Court determine whether someone's interest in a house is legitimate - maybe an heir omitted from probate, or maybe a "wild deed" in the title.

    On this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, George and Shawn talk about real estate, partition and quiet title lawsuits.

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