Mom passed and that house deeded to and in property records in the names all 3 children 10 years ago. Crazy sister has is trying to move a bunch of people in and trying to kick brother out. (fluid situation, happening now). Other sister lives in Houston and is on brother's side. Houston sister has been paying the taxes on the house. Houston sister and brother want to sell the house, but crazy sister does not. Houston sister looking to hire attorney to resolve situation by doing what needs to be done to sell house.
See a probate or real estate lawyer ASAP.
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It sounds like you will need to partition the real estate. This can be voluntary or forced. Find a real estate lawyer to show you how to do it.
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You'll need to hire an attorney who understands the Texas Partition statute and the Receivership that will doubtless follow if this case goes the distance. See TPC 23: http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/PR/htm/PR.23.htm.
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