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Since the parents are divorced, the house is owned as Joint Tenants (not Tenants in the Entirity), so as Joint Tenants, the surviving parent would own half the house with the two children owning the other half. If the house is owned as Tenants in Common, which isn't as likely, then when one person dies, the other person gets the entire house.

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Q: In Pennsylvania if a house is deeded to both divorced parents and one dies without a will and two children are involved and only one is legal age what happens to the house?
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