We are buying a brand new house. My husband is listed as “buyer”. We are wondering what arrangements we need to make in order to make me, his legal wife, as unconstitutional heir of the house? What procedures must be done before/during closer?
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doesn’t matter what the loan says it matters what the title says. It’s typical for a husband and wife to take title as husband and wife as joint tenants or as community property. Just for the record has nothing to do with the constitution or your being an heir.
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I don't know who is feeding you the language "unconstitutional heir" but that term has no meaning regarding taking title to property. If you and your husband are both wondering how you can take title to protect yourselves you should visit an attorney together.
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