Newark, DE asked in Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania

Q: mother left property to children. Older sibling ran younger siblings off, wants to now give to her children.

30 years ago my mother passed away leaving her property to all of her children. The property is still in my mothers name. Older sibling moved her family in and would not sign anything to place the home in all siblings name. Due to friction, other siblings moved out and older sibling stated she would pay the taxes, which she has. Now that she has raised her children in this home she now wants to move and leave it to her children. Is this possible? Its been long enough and I want my share.

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Elizabeth Tarasi
Elizabeth Tarasi
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  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: If the deed is still in your mothers name, she will have to go through the courts to transfer title to anyone else. You may also file an action to have the title be placed in the proper intestate heirs names.

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