Q: My mother has land that she is trying to get placed into her name. The property is in my deceased grandmothers name
The land was left to my mom and her other two siblings. The two other siblings are deceased now and my mom wants to put the land in her name now to write her will. what documents and paperwork does she need to get this process going? Also she has more land that she has that is in my brother's name and she wants to be the sole owner of the property. Is there anyone who can help me with this process. I do not know the procedures of proper formalities to take to assist my mom.
A: To begin with you will need to gather together the testamentary documents (wills, trusts, and property deeds), pertaining to your deceased Grandmother and Uncle, and hire an attorney to review the documents, organize the information, and write a report on the current ownership of the properties, and the steps required to transfer the properties into a trust for your Mother.
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