i am unable to take on the care of my sisters home....I dont want to sign my sister and i are both not well.
i am married my husband and I both dont want to have anything to do with this financially as it says we can be sued for repairs
I think you need an attorney and there need to be more facts before you can get an answer...it is possible that you can explore a couple options if you don't want the property: a disclaimer or a deed transferring your ownership to another.
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Confusing the way the facts are laid out. Maybe this issue needs to be clearer than it is. Have your attorney review the documents and give you advice in person. See Avvo.com under 'Find-A-Lawyer'.
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I think there is more to this story, but a lawyer can flesh out the issues
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