I am living in my grandparents house who are now deceased. My grandfather passed in December of 2011 and he had a personal loan for $15,000. The bank is now wanting to foreclose on the house to get their money. The house was paid in 2006. My mother and I have already had a telephone conference call the bank lawyer and the court facilitator. The facilitator told us we need to find a lawyer who will open the estate so we can see how much equity is in the house. There may be enough to pay off the loan. What do I need to do to keep the house?
Answer by Jason P Wischmeyer
Posted over 7 years ago
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