Any member of the House.
In Florida the law states that if it was property titled to you beore marrage it is not part the marital estate. So if he helps finance the property and thenquit deeds his interest in the property tothe future bride to be, when they marry he is still not entitled to the property. If they divorce he is entitled to NOTHING because it was never part of the marital estate. And yes this held up in court for me :) * Yes, as long as the person's name is not on the title and the couple are not married.
Yes. It would constitute a breach of peace, and possible other civil and/or criminal charges.
A credit card company cannot arbitrarily seize a bank account. The creditor must file a lawsuit, win, be awarded a judgment and execute the judgment according to the laws of the debtor's state. All Social Security benefits and most private disability and pension benefits are exempt from creditor execution. However, in most cases the defendant (debtor) must let the court know the funds are exempt before they can be protected. The defendant and any joint account holder will need to petition the court for the release of all the exempt funds. In some cases of where both the defendant and the bank have been made aware of the exemption of the funds, then both can be held responsible for damages incurred by the debtor. The problems results when people commingle benefits and other income thereby making it necessary for the account(s) to be held until a judge rules on what if any monies the plaintiff is entitled. Generally a bank account cannot be "frozen" for more than 30 days.
It depends what his will says. If he dies without a will then it depends on the laws of intestacy where you live. In most states it will have to go through probate. It may be sold during probate to pay for outstanding debts or to satisfy taxes.