Man leaves house to the government in his will

Posted on December 14th, 2011 No Comments

An 87-year-old Florida man who passed away last year has willed his house as well as $1 million to the government. His nieces and nephews did not dispute the will due to the fact that they knew this is what their uncle was passionate about.

The man had hopes that the sale of his house as well as $1 million of his own money could help the United States remove some of it’s growing debt. The government put the 1929 historic home up for auction and the winning bidder offered $1.175 million for the property.

There were over 700 people who toured the home and 15 of those individuals participated in the auction. The government will also sell the contents of the home in January.

If you need assistance laying out the specifics of your will, please contact the Houston wills attorneys of Garg & Associates, P.C. by calling 800-242-2151 today.

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