If an owner of a property is mentally unstable, e.g. has Alzheimer’s, that owner may not be able to sign off on the documents needed to sell their property. Unless someone contains a power of attorney executed prior to them becoming mentally unstable, this matter will need to go through probate court to have an estate established. If the mentally unstable owner signs documents during the time when a court can determine they were no longer capable of making rational decisions, those documents may be set aside as null and void.

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