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Asked on: 9/16/12, 9:22 am

My house is still in my former married name with my late husband.

I called my attorney, told him I wanted to make up a new deed with my

married name that I have now.

He told me it wasn't necessary.

Is he right? My new will leaves the house to my new husband.

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Answered on: 9/16/12, 2:59 pm by Robert Beatson, II

Contact an experienced trusts and estates/real estate attorney to have this taken care of. 29+ years of experience and further information about my law practice is at www.beatsonlaw.com

Please contact my office and I will be glad to provide legal support.

Sincerely,

Bob Beatson, 9-16-2012, 6:00 p.m. EST

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