Sometimes investors see an opportunity in acquiring property where the prior owner has long been deceased. The heirs are willing to sell the property but cannot convey marketable title to the investor. In order to tender marketable title, the heirs would have to complete a probate administration which declares them the legal owners of the property intended to be sold. Contact LCO Law for an assessment of whether a Summary Administration in Florida would be a feasible means by which your investment goals can become a reality.

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