The gym's responsibility depends on the circumstances of how, and where, your son got the drug, but also you will want to review the gym contract to see what, if any, kind of liabiiity waivers there are. Its usually on the back of the contract in the middle of all the fine print.
To pursue the wrongful death claim a legal representative for your husband needs to be created and this is done via a filing probate case, which will result in a court appointed personal representative of his estate (Likely yourself).
that mortgage would likely still be valid, more importantly it would be a valid problem on the title of your property that wont just go away. See a lawyer about how to get a hold of these people and settle that up.
I would be very suspicious getting the property. There are many liabilities associated with property ownership and if there are liens, mortgages, etc. you could get nothing but problems. There is no reason I know of why money could not be transferred, but this is an issue a lawyer should review with you.
Look into setting up a corporation or a "limited liability company" (LLC) through the Florida Department of State as either are a good way to limit your personal liability in the venture. Each has benefits but you shoudl talk to a lawyer and an accountant as to which is best for your situation. Smaller ventures tend to use the LLC but it depends on your circumstances.
The company has to go through with the foreclosure as they are doing, simply because there was no probate done (or frankly needed) To get proper title in their name it needs to go through the process and get a Court order naming them the owner. You would be concerned if they seek a "deficiency judgment " against you or siblings as that is when they are seeking a money judgment.
Under the scenario you stated, you and your siblings should not be responsible for your parent's debts. You have...
This appears to be a morass needing a lawyer to sort out the probate issue. There may be no easy answers, especially with 17 months gone by. Concerning the house, either could try to sell it but need permission of the other to actually enter into a contract.
The answers depend on the wording of the partnership agreement , if any. Without looking at that, a lawyer cant give a helpful answer. If the issue is not addressed you could ask for more money, probably, or sell your interest to another.
Foreclosures are taking a long time now, but you may not know until the sheriff comes by and gives you 24 hours to leave. I would get more details about this foreclosure status time frame or go ahead and get somewhere else. Make an appearance in the foreclosure case and you will be notified by the court of the case status.