I was served with a trespassing notice from my sister for occupying her property without permission well let me explain my husband and I needed some money to catch up on bills I went to her and asked her would she help me with a loan and she agreed if she could take a lien out on my house well she did there was an agreement signed and Witness by the attorney saying that I have ten years to pay $2,500 the closing cost and the cost to switch it back over into my name at the time that the loan is paid but in all this the attorney that we used was her choice and come to find out later it's her boyfriend's cousin nevertheless I feel she took advantage of my ignorance to the law and now I'm not sure if I have a leg to stand on because the home was placed in her name until the loan is paid back does the agreement still stand
Your story doe snot relate to your title question. Maybe she can have you arrested for trespassing. Where? When? How is this an issue?
We cannot say anything about the agreement. Have a lawyer review the agreement. Liens do not typically require the transfer of any title to anyone, unless your home is mobile and thus just property.
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