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    Daniel Bear
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    A husband and wife owned a parcel of land as Joint Tenants. The husband died after they had a divorce but the separation papers stipulated the property belongs to the wife, this was the basis of the divorce.
    Does this seller need to be able to provide a death certificate to be filed when recording the deed?
    Any suggestions on how to move forward in this situation would be appreciated.

    Daniel

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  • Rod Hall
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    Then the deed was not recorded in her name. Her X should have quit claimed it to her. Too late now. With out knowing any other facts like wills, heirs, value, etc. it seems like a judgement call on your part. I don’t think the divorce or stipulations matter to the county nor would they ever know about it. I would just have her send me a certified copy of the death certificate and file it with the deed.

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