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Q: What lawyer/lawyers would I need to help my partner sell his house he has inherited while he is incarcerated. Thank you

My partner is currently incarcerated, he has inherited a house from his father who recently passed, who wants to take completely ownership of the house and sell it. How does the process work and what lawyer/lawyers would I need to contact to do this. Is it best to have probate or criminal law lawyer or both? I am unsure of how to ask for help from a lawyer and what lawyer I would need specifically for this, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Crossville, TN

A: He needs a probate attorney to help him get the house transferred from his father's estate and into his name, and then he needs a real estate attorney (and maybe also a real estate broker) to help him sell the house.

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