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This is attorney Bill answering your Real Property legal question.
You indicated that you passed title of the house on to your daughter-in-law, how was the title transferred ?
Was there any coercion by family members ?
Who is currently on the deed ?
Did the daughter pay any money or anything else for the transfer ?
Do you have copy of the title transfer deed ?
Were you given a right to live there until the end ?
It may be possible to undue the transfer due to the laws of undue influence
"Undue influence is defined as “the exercise of sufficient control over the person, the validity of whose act is brought into question, to destroy his free agency and constrain him to do what he would not have done if such control had not been exercised.” Hamilton v. Hamilton, 858 N.E.2d 1032, 1037 (Ind.App.2006). "
Alternatively if no consideration or money was provided in the quit claim deed , the deed may be invalid; it should have also been recorded to be valid.
To assert undue influence you would need to file a civil action in equity requesting the court to restore your title.
You would bring the action in your county court: http://www.in.gov/judiciary/2808.htm
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