I have a home in my name and have just recently moved out. Can my significant other get me for abandonment?

Asked by Allison Elderkin, Olean, NY Sun Aug 3, 2008

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Ruth Capra, Agent, Birmingham, AL
Sun Aug 3, 2008
Legal question; but I think it's your mortgage company you really should worry about. If you don't pay the payments, they get to foreclose and there goes your house and your credit. And if you do pay the payments, your "significant other" lives there for free. That doesn't sound like a result you would want. Of course, if there are children involved, that's a whole other matter!!!!!!!!!
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Joe Tupper A…, Agent, Jennings, LA
Sun Aug 3, 2008
That is a legal question and should be best answered by an attorney.
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Barbara Cart…, Agent, New Paltz, NY
Sun Aug 3, 2008
I agree with the others- In this case you need legal advise. You should definately contact your attorney.
Good Luck
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Gail Gladsto…, Agent, 11743, NY
Sun Aug 3, 2008
Realtors are not permitted by law to give legal advice. It certainly sounds like you need the advice of an attorney.
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Sun Aug 3, 2008
Although i am not a lwayer and can not offer legal advise as to be 100% exact, i would think yes. Consult an attorney before you move out. You should be able to get a fre consultation to get the answer your need. Also try your sates bar association web site for FAQ. It may have it in there. Good Luck
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