Re: How to Sell House with 3 Title Holders
a will does not control the distribution of an insurance policy or an annuity unless the named beneficiary (on the policy or account) of those is the estate. Otherwise, the named beneficiary gets the money and is not obligated to share it.
Beyond that, a will is not enforceable unless it is presented to probate for verification.
explain what you filed.
To avoid probate prior to my mother's death, we filed and received a TOD on her (our) house and land
has anybody opened probate or filed for an administrative disposition of the estate? If not, how you begin to do what you ask is to open probate or file for an administrative disposition (whichever is applicable).
Q.1: How do I begin to sell or auction her assets, e.g.'s, coins, tools, vehicle, etc., and
if title has actually transferred, you cannot sell their share in the property. You can attempt to sell only your share but unless one of the other shared owners wishes to buy it, you will not be likely to find a buyer or you can file a suit to partition the property through the courts. Generally expensive and most folks aren't happy with the results.
Q.2: Most pressing--Since I am one of three title holders of a house with no mortgage, how do I sell/auction the house if my sibbling(s) do not wish to buy me out. Market value of house = $100K.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.