I'm one of two beneficiaries of an estate where I am to split two identical (same value) tracts of land with the other beneficiary. The estate attorney said he has to deed one piece in my name before he can re-deed it into the name of the other beneficiary I sell it to. Is that really necessary? I don't own any of it, the estate owns it, so why can't I just sign a paper saying the other beneficiary pays me x amount to secure it from me and get it deeded straight from the estate to the other beneficiary rather than what the attorney said to do which is deed to me, then to the other person. ThanksPlease note the estate attorney is UPL; suspended license. I'm waiting for him to give me the deed papers before filing a grievance / reporting him to the bar. (I'm waiting for him to dig is grave deeper with more UPL to strengthen the case against him).