By: Barry White
There are a number of different ways that multiple parties can own real estate together. One way is as “tenants-in-common.” Tenants-in-common each own a separate undivided interest in the property. A recent Supreme Court of Wisconsin case decided what portion of a payment due tenants-in-common could be garnished to satisfy the debts of one of the owners.
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