Q: I inherited property from my parents. Then put it in a living trust. Both on title. Is it my sole property still?
A: Whoever the Trustee is needs to give you a copy and the trustee should initiate the transfer of title. Best of luck.
A: "I inherited property from my parents. Then put it in a living trust. Both on title. Is it my sole property still?"
If the property went into your name alone when you inherited it, then it was your sole property. Transferring a property into a revocable living trust makes it legally owned by the trust; if it is a typical estate planning trust and you are the beneficiary while you are living, then it is still your "sole" property. However, you said "Both on title" and I cannot tell what that means in this situation. Consult an attorney and provide context for your question to get a more specific answer.
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