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How can you change your fathers name to your name on his land deed with no will as he is deceased?

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2008-07-27 13:53:11
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Not without permission of the probate court. You would need to open an estate and the land would be an asset in that estate. Then the executor would have to inventory all assets, pay all debts and determine the distribution of the remainder. Then the deed could be changed.

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