family deed rights
our grandmother died recently. the property was willed to her, and she willed it to her children. her second husband owned property before marriage and the deed states it goes to his heirs. his last will gave all to our grandmother but she never registered a deed in her name. who has rights to property
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: family deed rights
Your question is very general. If I had more
specifics, I could be more specific. However,
it appears as though the deed would give
your grandmother no less than 1/3 of the
property described in the deed. This is
because Tennesse law gives the surviving
spouse no less than 1/3 of an estate.
In order to comment further, I need to know
if the second husband had children. If he
did not have any children, your grandmother
would own the property in full.
If I can be of further service, please feel
free to contact me at 615.742.0833.
Law Office Of Marshall Snyder
19 Music Square West
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