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Responsibility for taxes

Posted on: 11th Dec, 2011 12:20 pm
I purchased a home as a single woman in Michigan. Several years later I married a man who's name was never added to the deed. We moved to a different state for his work. I rented my house out for less than the mortgage payment, couldn't afford to cover the rest of the payment, and lost it in foreclosure. We are now divorcing. Will we both be responsible for paying the taxes on my house in Michigan?
Hello uncertain,

Your tax liability for the unit that you own depends on the locale. You can review tax liability issues with the county assessor, the city assessor and any state entities that tax real estate.

You may also be responsible for taxes that are paid by the association through your assessments. These might include taxes on utility and other services billed to the association.


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Posted on: 12th Dec, 2011 12:35 am
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