7:57 AM PDT, August 26, 2010
LA HABRA, Calif. -- A lawyer for ' Octomom' Nadya Suleman has reportedly taken over the title of the single-mother's La Habra home as a financial crisis threatens to send her into bankruptcy.
This, according to RadarOnline, which reports the title of Suleman's home was transferred on April 15th from her father, Ed Doud, to Harmony Enterprises, Inc. -- owned by Suleman's lawyer, Jeff Czech.
Doud bought the home last year for $565,000.
On the same day the reported transfer occurred, reports surfaced that Suleman avoided foreclosure after the mortgage holder, Amer Haddadin, agreed to a six-month extension on a $450,000 balloon payment that was due on the loan.
There were no reports at that time about a title transfer.
Suleman is said to be running out of money very quickly.
Radar reports that she wrote a book, but no publishers have expressed interest in buying it.
A reality TV show about raising 14 kids has also apparently fizzled.
Suleman gave birth to octuplets -- six boys and two girls -- on Jan. 26, 2009.
She also has six older children -- all the result of in-vitro fertilization.