My husband have land contract with his mother we got married then sold the house am I entitled to half the money?
- Anonymous10 months ago
leach ............................... money stinking money
- 10 months ago
depends hw you married and where, and whether he has protected himself from your greed
- i + iLv 710 months ago
You MAY be entitled to half of any
gain in equity that occurred while
you were married. Talk to a lawyer.
- red2queenLv 510 months ago
Depends on if you're in a community property state, if yes, you are entitled. If you're in an equitable distribution state then no, because the contract existed prior to marriage.
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- mokrieLv 710 months ago
Only if the laws in your state are 50/50 but that would be during a divorce. To get the money while your married would take a lawyer to sue for half. That may end the marriage.
- .Lv 510 months ago
You are entitled to half of the property and income. Since his mother is in the contract, she would be one of the owners as well.
But..... if she is 100% owner of the home and property, she could have contracted her son to do something for a wage then that would be marital income.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 710 months ago
No. In some states you are entitled to half what your husband earned or made while you were married. You have to right to wealth he had before you were married.