The following takes place in Marion County, Florida. The
The following takes place in Marion County, Florida. The question involves the ownership of a house located at 17699 S. E. 108th Ave., Summerfield, FL 34491.On November 17, 2005 Betty J. Boettcher, a single person and Harry J Boettcher executed a quitclaim deed. Betty and Harry were in title by warranty deed to them dated April 29, 2003.The Boettcher's were not married at the time they took title, nor when they executed the quitclaim deed on November 17, 2005.The quitclaim deed ran from Betty and Harry as parties of the first part to the parties of the second part who took title as joint tenants with full rights of survivorship. The parties of the second part were Betty J Boettcher, the grantor, and her three children. The three children were William Boettcher, a single person, Timothy Boettcher, a single person and Lisa Boettcher, a single person.Harry Boettcher died for Betty. Betty died in October 2 016.Betty Boettcher executed a last will and testament on April 22, 2010. Pursuant to that will she left her entire estate, real and personal property, to her son William. This will was drafted by a licensed Florida attorney and was witnessed pursuant to Florida law. The final provision of the will, article 9, states that the testatrix had two other children, Timothy and Lisa. , and she intentionally made no provisions for them in the will.From 2010 till decedent's death in 2016, the decedent resided in her house with her son William.William cared for his mother and provided other assistance while they shared the house together until she passed away.In view of the foregoing would have title to the house at this time. The will has not been offered for probate.
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