My grand mother wants to buy a property in Florida and put my name on the title and have a joint tenancy if possible. She also said maybe it's better if the title is in my name and she has a life estate instead. She basically wants to know what's the best way to go about buying the... Read more »
Great question and what a great problem to deal with!
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I'm creating a Family Revocable Living Trust, which will involve Co - Trustees in the Living Trust. However, are we both "required" to sign the new deed as Trustees? Or would it be sufficient for only one Trustee to sign as Trustee? Currently the property is under only one person's name.
This is a question that requires additional information. It also deals with the title to real property and should not be done based upon an internet query. It is best to bite the bullet and hire an Estate Planning attorney who can assist you in answering that question.
Best of luck.
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