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Posted on May 14, 2018

Most nonprofit and governmental programs targeted at homeowners require that owner-occupiers have clear title to their home, which is especially difficult for those who live in homes inherited from family members. This webcast will provide an overview of the following:

    – What clear title and heirs property means;
    – Potential resolution strategies for heirs property owners;
    – Resources for owners dealing with heirs property and other title issues; and
    – The importance of requiring estate planning as part of nonprofit housing programs.

This webcast is recommended for housing nonprofits and nonprofits with a large homeowner client base.

Georgia Heirs Property Law Center’s Executive Director Skipper G. StipeMaas, and Legal Programs Director Joann E. Johnston

Please click on this link to view the webcast.

The Building Generational Wealth webcast series is offered by the Generational Poverty Law Project, a partnership between Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, Atlanta Legal Aid Society, and Georgia Heirs Property Law Center and funded by The Junior League of Atlanta.