There are two properties. On the main residence, there are two people who are living in ajoining rooms attached to house. They do not pay rent, or utilities. My uncle, who is very ill in hospital, did not assign a beneficiary to the properties. At this time he is unable to communicate and may not survive. He does have a sister in another state, who is ill as well and unable to travel. How do I keep the property in our family? How long is the probate process and can I have these two people removed, legally?
Probate assets are owned solely by the deceased and do not have any survivorship feature (like a beneficiary designation) for automatic transfer of ownership.
State, local, and municipal laws only apply to one location. However, these laws cover many subjects, such as land use, public services, and education policy.
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