If you are saying that the estate is just now being distributed to you and your sisters, it is possible that you would have capital gains tax to pay because there has been so much time between the time of death and the time of funding the devise during which time the property has likely appreciated. Some kinds of devises can cause capital gain on funding. It depends on the language of the devise in the will or trust. The capital gain is usually taxable to the estate, although this result can be changed by state law or by language in the will or trust. In any event, the money to pay the capital gains tax has to come from somewhere and it will reduce the amount the heirs ultimately get.
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