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I am sorry to hear about your loss. Sure, of course you can waive your inheritance - this happens all the time for various reasons. Your siblings will likely have to file probate in order to transfer the deed to themselves. All you have to do is to provide a letter to the Court (you can send one to your siblings who will pass it on when they file, if you'd like) explaining that you do not want the home. This is called disclaiming inheritance. You have nine months to file the disclaiming letter from the passing of your father.
The letter is very simple, direct, and does not have to be long. It can simply explain who you are, what you are disclaiming, and what you are NOT disclaiming (if anything). It has to be signed and notarized.
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