Sacramento, CA asked in Criminal Law, Real Estate Law and Agricultural Law for Utah

Q: So my grandmother before she passed took me down to the bank and

Quick claimed 3.25 million dollars worth of property into my name and once she passed the her daughters my mom and aunt foraged another quick claim deed into there names and sold the properties and I need help to bring them to justice and get whatever I can out of it.

2 Lawyer Answers
Aric M. Cramer
Aric M. Cramer
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • St. George, UT
  • Licensed in Utah

A: This issue is a Probate/Real Estate issue. And it is called a Quit Claim Deed.

Anthony M. Avery
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Knoxville, TN

A: You need to hire a competent attorney to search the title and determine what exactly has occurred. Going to the Bank is not where you record a Deed. If you were an owner by Deed, then you may need to file an action for Ejectment and prove your Title. Hopefully you have paid taxes and serviced any debt on the property. if you were actually conveyed the property, then Probate will have no jurisdiction.

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