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Asked on: 1/30/12, 3:35 pm

There is a property that was supposed to be signed over to me at the age of 21 due to my fathers lack of back pay child support. I am now 33 and the house and land still remain in my father's name and half in my mother's name. I would like to get a copy of the court papers to see exactly what they state. How do I go about doing this? What is the next step I need to take in order to get the property into my name?

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Answered on: 1/30/12, 4:15 pm by Glen Ashman

Step one is go to the courthouse. They can pull even very old records. Take a copy of the case file to a lawyer to determine what if anything can be done now.

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