my question is about inertited vehicles. dad had two cars titled in his name only. one car was driven by my mother. his will states all his possessions go to mom (does this mean cars as well as golf clubs?). we've retitled moms car in her name. we have someone who wants to buy my dads car. question: does the sale of his car need to go thru probate/his estate or is it my mother's property to sell?
2 Answers from Attorneys
If car is the property of your father's estate (Executor)/(Executrix) will need to petition probate court to sell property.
You might want to consult with Atlanta-area attorneys who specialize in probate matters
My condolences on the loss of your father - good luck
Ralph's answer may or may not be right.
The will may grant a power to sell.
In any event you do need a lawyer. Feel free to call me to discuss this.