I was a full time caregiver for the past 10+ years. First dad, then mom so I have no nest egg to fall back on since the folks choose to live in a place that sucked up all my savings in the very beginning.
I've been living and caring for mom in her house which is in a HOA controlled property. I legally inherited the home after mother's passing but have not taken financial control of this house by transferring title as of yet and I don't know if I really want to, to be honest but I'm at the mercy of waiting out things such as the death certificate and then the Life Insurance before I can truly make any decisions. Can the HOA simply throw me out since this is my residence or do they need to give me the customary 30 day notice?
Florida HOA laws state we have 45 days before they can pursue a lien against the home. I have no idea where I fall in all this. Anyone ever been put in this situation that might have some advice?