by Brad
(North Texas)

My grandfather dies a few months back and my mom and aunt were to split his estate. he had a cell tower on one of the property's. it did not state in his will how the tower lease was to be split. My aunt will be inheriting the land that the tower is on. So my question is is my mom suppose to get half of the lease fee. The cell tower company says only my aunt is suppose to get it. The will had everything else split 50-50.

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Aug 10, 2017
Talk to an attorney for legal advice...
by: Tower Genius

Brad this is a legal question, you should consult an attorney.

As far as cell tower leases are concerned, the leases generally assign over to whomever or whatever entity is on the property title as owner of the parcel.

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