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Deed transfer, eviction and assumption of loan

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Junior Member
My grandmother has a house in Long Beach. She owes a contractor $50k. He was placed on the deed with 50% ownership until the note was paid off. Her attorney in Alabama had her deed the entire house over to the contractor. Now they are trying to assume the mortgage. My grandmother said this was not what she wanted to do. She received multiple threats that they were going to come after her house in AL. The attroney indicated the house was gifted over to the contractor. They are also trying to evict the people currently living in the rental house in Long Beach. He gave them seven days to move out from today. Is any of this legal and is there anything that she can do to reverse what was done? She was in distress and still is about this matter.


Senior Member
If you suspect fraud or elder abuse, you need to hire your own attorney right away to go through all of the paperwork and see what, if anything, can be done.

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