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Asked on: 2/05/13, 10:51 am

family friend passed away in NC, he lived there with his mom. Friend has a daughter who lives in Tennessee. Friends will gives her a parcel of property in Florida. Question, would the daughter or the mother be the owner of the parcel in Florida

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Answered on: 2/05/13, 10:59 am by Lucreita Becude

So who are the friends giving the property to?


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Answered on: 2/05/13, 11:10 am by Ronald Jones

Assuming the will is valid in Florida, it should pass to daughter. But she's probably going to need to bring a probate and get a judge to sign off on it.


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Answered on: 2/05/13, 12:53 pm by Barry Stein

NC law applies to home in NC. Who are the friends who are giving the parcel to the land in Florida? If the daughter in Tenn dies with non homestead property in Florida and she has no will, then her property goes to her heirs under Florida law. If the daughter owns the property not sure why there is a question about why the mom would even have an interest in it. Perhaps you want to clarify your question.


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