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If you have a quik claim deed signed,notarized by adult

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If you have a quik claim deed signed,notarized by adult children of deceased and recorded at courthouse and gone thru estate probate. Can you sell the property with out the adult children signing any more of said property legal papers?

Lawyer's Assistant: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?

Florida

Lawyer's Assistant: Has any paperwork been filed?

Yes the property paper work and the probated paperwork

Lawyer's Assistant: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?

Yes

Submitted: 6 months ago.Category: Real Estate Law
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Real Estate Lawyer: RealEstateAnswer, Lawyer replied 6 months ago
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Real Estate Lawyer: RealEstateAnswer, Lawyer replied 6 months ago

Good morning. Just to be clear, the home passed to the adult children and there are a few of them on the title now who have an ownership interest?

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good morning I dont want any of the Step adult children to give me any more trouble-My realtor says that the adult children have to sign another quik claim deed giving me the property back-it was mine to begin with- the adult children might have to sign another paper with the statement that they are single ,married etc, ALSO that it is non-homestead property---I want to sell the property and move on with my life.WHAT could the answer be
Real Estate Lawyer: RealEstateAnswer, Lawyer replied 6 months ago

If the title is held by others, they would need to agree to give up their legal right and all transfer their legal right and interest back to you. Unless they all agree to this, you would only take whatever interested is shared and given. If you want to sell it, you would need to 1) get it back if held by someone else and 2) hold it solely in your name so you can sell it and then convey title to the buyer.

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