My dad owns half the house and my mom owns the other half. My dad is incompetent and cannot live in the house. Neither one wants to give up their half of the house but they have to settle the house in order to get a divorce.
My mom resigned as my dads power of attorney for finances and property and my uncle took over doing it in 2012. In September of 2015 my uncle died and by next year his POA duties had transferred to someone else.
Now jumping ahead to 2017 we recently had the house appraised in order to settle it and on the Mpac report the real estate provided it shows something called sales history, and in the sales history it shows before my uncle died in september of 2015? my dad's half of the house was transfer to my mom for 1$?? and that it was approved in December of 2015, 3 months after my uncle had died. My uncle never told my mom or my dad that he transfered my dads half of the house to my mom before he died. MY dad has been paying half the property taxes still even...
Can anyone make any sense of this I am going crazy... (POA transfered dad's half of the house to my mom for $1 and never told anyone before he himself died. At least according to the mpac statement provided by the real estate agent and for 2 years nobody knew the house was no longer in my dad's name. Could it be an error on the mpac report? The only thing I can think of is he did it in September before he died and then nobody challenged it so it got approved in December 2015.