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2012-04-15 13:34:34

That will depend on the names on the property deed or registration. If we are talking about gifts of electronics or other items, there is none. If it is a piece of real property (land or house), the deed will control. If the only name on the deed is that of the deceased, the adult children have no say and the deceased can do what they wish with it.

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