My question involves estate planning in the state of: Florida
Due to some recent discoveries regarding some family members actions, my grandpa wants to redo some of his estate planning. The main thing now is that he wants me to get his house. He and my grandma are both in a facility and the house was previously to be willed to my mother. The house is jointly owned by both my grandparents, and while it is unanimously expected that my grandma will pass first, my grandpa wants to have something set up just in case. What is the best way to insure the house passes to me? It is owned free and clear and my grandpa is the power of attorney for my grandma.
Should he file a quitclaim and replace her name with mine on the deed? Should he remove her name and just leave it to me in his will? What would be the tax or probate implications, if any, on either of us?