In Pa if the property was acquired prior to marriage by the person that passes away what happens to the property?

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The property will become part of the decedent's estate and pass to her heirs under her will or according to the state laws of intestacy if there is no will. You can check your state laws at the related question link provided below.
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If legally separated and I inherited or acquired real estate located in another state prior to marriage does my spouse have any right to that property if they live in a community property state?

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Do children from a second marriage have legal rights to properties acquired by their father on the third marriage?

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What happens if a Condo is purchased by the husband prior to marriage and he then uses the equity after marriage to acquire another Condo within the same building. Is the Condo now community property?

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How can you purchase a property prior to foreclosure on a deceased person with an heir that has denounced their interest in the property?

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