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Old 04-23-2017, 10:21 AM   #1
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We have inherited a property from may husband's father but his father is dead his father inherited it from his parents now they are not sure what is the proper way on dividing it Because the land title side that his father is "married to" her mother is it equaly divide or 1/2 of the share is for her mother and another 1/5 from the 1/2 of the share of the children?
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Old 04-23-2017, 05:16 PM   #2
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I wish to inform you that if father of your husband was sole owner of property at the time of his death then property will go to his legal heirs. It may go to wife and children if wife is alive. In absence of wife property will be divided among children. Your husband may seek court order regarding legal heirs and can have property transferred to his name.

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Old 04-24-2017, 06:43 AM   #3
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Generally a deceased persons property is divided equally among the legal heirs if that person dies intestate. In this case you are required to prove the legal heirs by a legal heir ship certificate in order to divide the property. It is good to consult a lawyer in this matter.
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Consult a lawyer in your area. You will find some more valuable information.
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We have inherited a property from may husband's father but his father is dead his father inherited it from his parents now they are not sure what is the proper way on dividing it Because the land title side that his father is "married to" her mother is it equaly divide or 1/2 of the share is for her mother and another 1/5 from the 1/2 of the share of the children?
It sounds like there was no will in which the owner's wishes would have been explained to everyone. If there is no will, there is probate court to decide the issue.
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