I really don't know. From what I've read up on because its tenants in common then the health authority cannot force a sale to pay for care costs, even though my father who was living their died. Mum can't reallyreturn there. It could either be sold & the authorities take the money or it could be rented out & earn some income, half going to trust for my dads half & the other half I'm guessing would go towards care costs
Hi, nobody. & I also need info on what to do with my sister, she keeps going in there using the washer & dryer etc. Personally I think she's taking liberties. But don't know where the house & bills stand at the moment. Whether its still included in winding up dads estate or if it is now mums responsibility. I don't know if its under the executor of will's role or whoever deals with mums stuff
Its not my concern whether its sold or not, I'm more interested in what is going to benefit my mother the most. My main question is when is the liability of the house my mothers, or whoever deals with mums finances etc. Is it now or is it when my dads estate is finalised? For instance, the electric bill... Is it now to be in my mother's name or is it executor of the deceased & my mother until dads estate is all sorted? Am I allowed to stop my sister & sister in law from entering the house? My sister because she is using electric etc for her own use & my sister in law because her husband (my brother & one of the executors) has now died & my mum & dads affairs now have nothing to do with her. Also, do I have to allow the other executor access or can I just forward any mail regarding my dad to him?
Its all very complicated & frustrating