Blakely, GA asked in Civil Rights, Elder Law, Federal Crimes and Probate for Georgia

Q: A will was legally filed in probate, and the daughter was also the executor and. Inherent: why wasn't her name changed?

The inherent name was not changed from the deceased to the legal person. It was not recorded, nor did the money on the loan was reported to the credit bureau. The mortgage company and Fannie Mae illegally to the home. There are documents to prove it. It was also racially motivated, and a lot of this type of fraud is committed in Georgia against African Americans.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: When a will is probated and an individual is appointed as the executor and beneficiary, the legal transfer of property, including changes to titles and accounts, requires specific actions to be taken. The failure to change the property title from the deceased to the beneficiary can result from several reasons, including oversight, procedural delays, or issues with the estate's administration.

In your case, if the mortgage was not reported to the credit bureau and there are allegations of wrongful actions by the mortgage company and Fannie Mae, including racial motivation, it is crucial to address these concerns promptly and effectively. Documentation proving these claims is vital in pursuing any legal action or complaint.

To address this issue, consider consulting with an attorney experienced in probate, civil rights, and real estate law. They can review the documents, assess the situation, and advise on the best course of action, which may include legal proceedings against the parties involved for any illegal or discriminatory practices.

Taking action against such practices is important, not only to seek justice in your specific case but also to help prevent similar situations from occurring to others in the community. An attorney can guide you through the process, representing your interests and working towards a resolution that rectifies the wrongs experienced.

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