The Law Offices of Laurie E. Ohall, P.A. | Laurie E. Ohall
If your parent's real estate was titled in your parent's name only, then before anything can be done, a probate must be opened in order to transfer title to the property to you and your siblings. In the probate proceeding, you can then relinquish your ownership to the other siblings, if you so choose. Of course, there could be tax implications to that and you should talk to the probate attorney about that. If the property was owned jointly in your parent's name and you and your siblings names, then you should record your parent's death certificate, and you could quitclaim your interest to your siblings via a deed. Again, there could be tax implications, so you should talk to a CPA or attorney about that.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Minor, Bandonis and Haggerty, P.C. | Brian Haggerty
Your father passed "intestate," meaning with no will. Probate needs to be opened, and property will pass to "heirs at law," established by statute. If you don't want your share, and you are an heir at law, you may "disclaim" your interest (and if you do so within 9 months of your father's death, you will have no gift tax issues in doing so).
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Goldsmith & Guymon | Dara Goldsmith
If real property is held in the name of a deceased person[s], a court order is necessary to transfer title in the State of Nevada. You also inquire as to how to give up your interest. The answer to that depends upon if you are taking title though the court order or if you are already on title. From the information contained in your question, a probate proceeding of one type or another will be necessary.
Answer Applies to: Nevada
Ashman Law Office | Glen Edward Ashman
No form will solve your problem. Depending on the details, and you should get a lawyer, the estate can be divided by a No Administration case or an Administration case in probate court. Inheritances can be transferred or declined.
Answer Applies to: Georgia