My mother owns land and home given to her by my grandmother. 3 years before she passed away she went to lawyer n wrote out a deed that states (her name) a single grantor for and in consideration and sum of one dollar and other good and valuable considerations paid by (my name) as life tenant, with the remanded to (my siblings). The land was never in my dad's name but now my dad is tryin to say it's false because of wording "single" that means single grantor one owner...doesn't mean she was not married just he was never on deed.
You should contact a local attorney. Depending on facts which you have not provided, your father may or may not have had certain marital rights in the property regardless of whether his name was on the deed. If he had those rights and did not release them when the property was deeded to you and your siblings, they may still exist.
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