In the st of pa. you transfer car title of deceased dad same name as me? worst senario ?

In the st of pa. you transfer car title of deceased dad same name as me? worst senario ?

every time i went outside to get in my own car i would see my dads car and bust out in tears so i sold it for 500.00 bucks. am i in trouble ?

Leonard

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truth

As long as the sale and transfer of registration were done legally you are not in trouble.

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