Can a co-owner of an inherited home sell it with only one signature, if the home was left to 3 siblings?
Real Estate Attorney
Questions about real estate and estate administration are best asked of an attorney face to face. I suggest that you contact the Dauphin County Bar Association’s lawyer referral service at (717) 232-7536. You will be referred to an attorney who practices real estate or estate administration law for an initial appointment to analyze your situation. Many attorneys charge a reduced fee for the initial interview.
Some of the factors to be considered in your situation are whether the 3 siblings inherited the property by a will or through intestacy (no will), whether the property was left to the 3 siblings as joint tenants or as tenants in common, whether the will allows one person to sell on behalf of the 3 siblings, whether the property was a specific bequest or part of the residual estate (if there was a will), and whether the person who is signing is the executor or administrator of the estate.
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