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Just wondering if I have a case. My grandma signed papers without a lawyer to
give her brother ownership if their fathers house. My grandma was very confused
and didn’t know what she was signing or even if it’s legal without her having a
lawyer. Do we have any case to get my grandma money for her fathers house that
she rightfully has?
Asked on April 9, 2017 under Real Estate Law, Illinois
M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
Please go and speak with a lawyer in your area on this amtter as soon as possible. If the lawyer was there representing only the interests of her brother and she was not represented she could have a good case. If she was not mentally capable of signing the contract (you claim she is confused) then again, she could have a good case. Setting aside a contract is a difficult thing but not impossible. The key is acting fast. Good luck.
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