Q: I was served (as an heir) to a quiet title suit. I have no interest in the property. What are my next steps?
The reason I was summoned is because I am an heir to the property owners. A loan was taken out on a piece of land in Missouri by my parents in 2008. My father has since passed away and my mother is the responsible party and she has defaulted on the loan. I want nothing to do with the property but I am unsure what my next step should be to disclaim any and all interest to the court. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
A: Before you make an irreversible mistake, hire a competent KS attorney to search the title. The secured loan may be the decisive factor, but at least look into what you own and then decide whether to convey it away for nothing.
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