Q: My Family owns a small piece of property on the Nolachuckie river. The property has not been probated since 2001 when
My father passed. My Mother passed away in 2017. My two brothers and myself are her beneficiaries (will). How do we get property in our names & cost. We live in Florida.
A: You did not say whether the Mother's Will was Probated or not. If it was, and the Parents owned the real property as Tenants By The Entirety, then those Will Divisees are owners or their Heirs. A copy of the Probated Will should then be recorded in the appropriate County. If no Probate then you need an Affidavit of Heirship recorded in the County where the Property is. Hire a competent Tennessee attorney to record a source of title.
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