I don't know. It sounds like inheriting a nightmare to me. I'm stabby enough about being left a timeshare. I told my mom to just give them both to my brother but I don't know if she changed things or not. Last thing I need is to inherit a 2K/year maintenance fee or whatever it is now.
Try to get her to get rid of them now. My Mom had a hard time getting rid of hers. She originally had three she was going to leave to the three of us, and then a storm happened in Florida and she got hit hard for repairs. They can be hard to sell, and some places will not even take them back for free.
Took a long time to get rid of the last one. Glad that happened b4 she went into Assisted Living. Good luck. Don't be stabby, go into super hero mode like me. I'm throwing imaginary Thor type hammers at stupid people. ( I need another bag of hammers ...)
She wouldn't sell them if she could. She uses them all the time. She's constantly on a trip somewhere.
Carl, on the land that your Dad supposedly owns, I would stay out of it if I were you. Based on your description of land rights in Haiti, I am guessing that any land that is owned would not be very valuable. I’m sure in your mother’s mind, and probably a lot of others who have lived in Haiti, owning land is the best way to have something tangible. But if it can be taken away legally or illegally, there is little value to it. If your father passed away, the land would not benefit you, it might be valuable to some of your family. So let them try to figure it out.
And just say no to the life insurance. No one will underwrite a policy on someone in his situation. And there are the rip off type “no health questions” plans that will only return less money than you put in.