Wife had a stroke,within 9 days my daughter had my wife and i convenced that our property could be sold out from under us because of a lien on the property,and at the same time making promisses to build a house on our 15 acres to help take care of her mother,but she needed the property in her name to clear the lien and to get house built.after signing over deed to my daughter she lied to my wife and i for several months about addressing the things she said she would do, she tried to evict us and put our property up for sale and moved out of state.my wife and i had to go to court to stop the eviction and the sale of the property,but my daughter still has our property in her name and wont sign it back over to us unless we give her money.can i get my property back?
Yes, it may be possible to have the conveyance to your daughter set aside. You will need to sue her, and you will need the help of a local lawyer experienced in real estate AND litigation to do so.
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