My parents have a ‘lifetime mortgage’ – what happens if my mother sells?

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  • My parents have a ‘lifetime mortgage’ – what happens if my mother sells?
    My parents have a ‘lifetime mortgage’ – what happens if my mother sells?

    Q When my father died, my parents’ joint mortgage was put into the sole name of my mother. This was when we discovered that he had not been paying the mortgage for many years and had in fact changed it to a what the lender called a “lifetime mortgage” […]

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