Refusing to stand for the national anthem angers many and sows division in our country. Kaepernick and others who have refused to stand for the national anthem have caused division among their teams, their fans, and across the country. The Santa Clara police union hinted they would boycott providing security at games after Kaepernick revealed his reasons for protesting the national anthem and wore socks depicting pigs in police uniforms. [ 14 ] [ 15 ] Fans have been burning Kaepernick's jersey to show their distaste for his actions. One video of a jersey on fire posted on Facebook was captioned, "He says he's oppressed making $126 million. Well, Colin, here's my salute to you." [ 17 ]
There would be no problems with this at all. As a matter of fact, we sometimes have married couples who are both on title and do live in the same home drop one spouse for one reason or another and do the loan in just one spouse's name. While we do not recommend dropping spouses from title just for qualification purposes since the loan becomes due and payable when the last borrower on the loan permanently leaves the home, this would not be the case with your mother in law as her spouse already has another property in which he would live if/when she passed should that occur before him.