While mortgage company ( Chase) allow me to quit claim the deed of my deceased mother over to me. Do they have to allow this.
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This is a relatively simple transaction that an experience estate administration attorney can handle. You will need to do a title search and comply with the bank's policies, but an attorney can handle this for you.
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The estate can deed the condo to you. Under federal law, the lender cannot foreclose because of a deed from an estate to a beneficiary. You will want an attorney to do the deed and search. As a former deed dog (title examiner), I can tell you that a title search can be difficult, tricky and time-consuming. The fees should be around $300 to $500 for a search and deed. Make sure you hire a lawyer with experience in title exams and probate law.
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There is not the way this matter has to be handled, or you will invoke the mortgage's due on sale clause. You need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and probate attorney. Mortgages are NOT assignable and trying to do your own title work is a recipe for disaster and will not be accepted by anyone. This is a great deal more complicated than you realize. Do not let geographic restrictions interfere with your choice of an attorney. You need to pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap lawyer is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
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