Can we force him to sell his share?
I'd suggest hiring an attorney ASAP if you can't cajole the family member into paying his share. Matt Cromheecke would be a good La Crosse attorney to talk to about this. His expertise in Real Estate and business law would be a good combination. Full disclosure: I work with Matt at Moen Sheehan Meyer.
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I agree with previous counsel.
When you are looking for an attorney ask about getting a judgment of partition.
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