there is a small piece of property attached to settling my grandmothers estate , which apparently is holding up progress, so i am willing to take , since no one else responded to the estate attorneys request for an heir to take it . its value is aprox. $ 3000.00 okay , however estate attorney said to be specific in my response to take the property as an additional part of my inheritance. i just want to be sure to respond in such a way so that any and all rights to the property are wholly conveyed exclusively to me alone including , any water , mineral,oil,gas uranium , etc. to me exclusively and of course not share with any other heir , including family as of course we are estranged. can you help me responded to the court with copies going to the estate attorney also , with my acceptance and requirements. thank you for any help you can give ,as i and all are wanting to resolve this estate now , it has been 4 years and apparently this is all that is holding it up . my phone is : 425-274-5015 and alt. 425-247-8983 email : [email protected] p.s. cannot afford a lot of money for a fee , as the money from my grandmothers estate is not materialized yet. John Medley
Whether or not you have mineral rights depends on whether or not your grandmother had them.
You need a copy fo the deed to grandmother or, possibly to whom she bought it from.
Just make sure the deed or court order includes a full description of the property including or excluding the mineral rights.
When the person gives you money, the person has an attorney and the attorney has a client, but not until then. Inspired by words of Abraham Lincoln
No attorney can say what rights you would get taking the property. It all depends on any easements or exclusions on title. Please do not put your contact information on a public site like this. Attorneys on AVVO are prohibited from contacting people directly from this site.
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