Why would a property vest heir? C.a. Records I got online on property shark. My grandpa was my legal guardian I just

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Why would a property vest heir?
JA: Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: C.a.
JA: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?
Customer: Records I got online on property shark
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Customer: My grandpa was my legal guardian I just found out I'm beneficiary and here we r 18 years later and I see my sister home vesting heir
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Welcome! My username is ***** ***** - I've helped thousands of satisfied customers on JA as a licensed attorney.

Legal issues can be confusing so I'll do my best to assist.

It will just take a moment for me to review your question and do the best I can to address your concern!

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Oh I am so sorry; so your grandfather was your guardian, but he left the property to your sister and you are asking if that is legal?

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No I think she stole inheritance why would her home be vesting heir
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Her name is ***** ***** deed?

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No I look up her home it says vesting heir
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I think I'm not sure
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legalgems, Expert

On which website?

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On property shark I think
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legalgems, Expert

OK, I'm not familiar with that website; you will need to contact the county recorder's office in the county where the property is located. They can tell you who legally owns the property.

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Ok but what does vesting heir mean
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It normally means they have a legal interest in the property such as there is a will or trust that is irrevocable and states that.

But generally these rights don't kick in until the original owner dies.

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How does someone have their name on deed when they have interest
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legalgems, Expert

They would file a deed with the county recorder.

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How would I claim ownership
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That would require a person to buy the property from the legal owner. If you have questions on that process -on acquiring ownership-please post that in a new page. 

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What if it's my property only they have interest
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legalgems, Expert

The deed would state your name if it was your property, does that make sense?

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I know this can be a confusing time so now or in the future please don't hesitate to reach out to us here on Just Answer and we will do our best to address any of your concerns. Thank you for allowing me to assist you!

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