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willie in mn
I am not a lawyer, but like everyone else have an opinion.
This should have been done when the will was run through probate court. It is part of the process, court documents should have ordered the current ownership.
As far as the kids are concerned, if she doesn't have a will it will be divided among the survivers according to state laws.
A couple years ago I bought a vehicle from a widow, both names were on the title & it still showed a loan against it. Had two big problems. Original loan company no longer exists. Had to track down what company had bought out the original. More dumb luck than good sense, they had some old letterheads in the back room & could fill in the info of when the loan had been paid off.
To get title I had to get an obituary notice from old copies of local newspaper showing that the husband had beed dead for over 12 years.
Lots of people falsely believe that a will eliminates going through probate. It eliminates the long battles, but tells the judge what the deceased wants done with the property. The judge then signs off as approved.
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