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Answered 2007-09-28 03:44:43

The only binding form of post mortem "agreement" for distribution would be a will or a trust that addresses the property in question. Another way might be to include the "surviving siblings" as joint tenants in the deed with reservation of a life estate for the primary occupant (soon to become the decedent of your question), and addressing mineral rights in any specific way you want.

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