Have you worked things out yet?
Patrick A. Hale, CDPE, RSD
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any attorney can advise on this, but you will want one with some specific experience to do the actual litigation. it's a pretty straight forward process. depending on the location of the property, the value, and your financial need you might want to consider waiting to sell the home until the market turns...just a thought.
Looking at this from a more family perspective, I would recommend the three of you talk with a counselor, such as a pastor, wise family friend that all three trust and respect.
These economic times are very tough, and people look at an inheritance as cash, money that they need to live.
I suggest trying to have an open and frank discussion and see if you can come to a mutual understanding. A house is just a house. Family is family, IMHO more important than any one thing. Just because you can insist that they don't sell doesn't mean it is the right thing to do.
I suggest you hire a attorney. I have several names I can share with you. That is beyond my scope as a REALTOR.
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It is unlikely they could force you to sell the property, but depending on how you are holding title, vesting, they may or may not be able to sell their interests. You would be best to consult an attorney or CPA regarding your questions since they would know your particular circumstances.