If my son and myself buy a home with both our names on the title, and if my home that I am moving out of does not sell and it is forclosed upon, can the bank take the home my son and myself own together?
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
Yes, the bank can take a lien against any new property that you acquire. So perhaps you can have the house title to your son with a life estate over to you, just in case your son dies before you.
There are also some fairly simple trust options that could keep your creditors from attaching the new property. You will need to have an attorney for these matters, but it should not cost much. Most attorneys will quote fees in writing before doing the work. The cost should be very affordable. Good luck.
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