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Ok, my parents sold their home to my older brother. s wife,

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Ok, my parents sold their home to my older brother. His wife, an attorney printed out an amortization schedule for the repay payments. They did not make the payments. but, since the sister in law was an attorney, they did a quick claim deed. My mother on her death bed told my brother to pay back the balance and it was to be used as payments to her 3 children as a will. My mother also previously sent the older brother a demand letter to say that the equity of the home must be split between the 3 remaining children. do I have a case?
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 9 months ago.

Kindly clarify this statement:

"but, since the sister in law was an attorney, they did a quick claim deed. "

The did a quitclaim deed to whom?