Your question is not complete. Getting a deed changed on a piece of property you inherited is usually not a big deal. Almost any general practice lawyer can do it. I have no idea what homeowner's insurance has to do with it, although obviously you should insure your property. Just hire another lawyer.
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I agree with Mr. Brophy: Just hire another attorney. Are you sure that it was homeowner's insurance you were being advised to purchase and not "title insurance"? It would make more sense to me if your former attorney wanted you to obtain title insurance, so that you could be sure there were no problems with the title to the property. He or she could have been concerned that if you didn't have title work done and then discovered later that there was a problem with the title, you might blame your lawyer for not discovering the problem when the deed was done. You should be sure to talk to your next attorney about the issue of title work.
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Did you pay anything to the attorney yet?
As my 2 colleges above me mentioned, you can hire a new attorney.
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)Ask a similar question