1.For any type of "partnership" it is best to contact an Attorney that specializes in Family Law to draw up a contract that spells everything out about your partnership/potential marriage, what each individual brings to the relationship and their endeavors, spell out the "What ifs" situations that may occur in life.
2. The Title/Deed would have the names of those individuals who hold the mortgage when purchased and first Closed. You may ask the Title Company what is the best way to put your name(s) on the Title.
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Basically, you will both be protected by having a plan in case something happens BEFORE you get married, such as - one of you decides they want to sell the property. If you think you can't agree on what to do about that now, imagine what it would be like later!
All the best,
You ask a very good and common question in today's market. When we find you your home we would just have to make sure both of your names are on the deed. Also in Indiana there are laws about real estate that will protect both parties if you were married and that was your primary residence. I must say that I'm not an attorney and real estate is my expertise AND I specialize in first time buyers. Feel free to give me a call if I can be of any service to you.
Take care and have a happy marriage,
Great question. I'd recommend talking with the attorney at the Title Company handling the sale to make sure you take title in a way which provides the most protection to all parties. Your real estate agent should be able to make that connection for you.
Principal Broker, REALTORÂ®
MacDuff Realty Group, LLC