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As a realtor, I can only address typical closing fees, and not any fees the attorney may have charged to negotiate the sale between the siblings. Whereas there are fees that are typically paid by one side or the other, all fees are negotiable. Doc stamps on the deed are usually paid by the seller, and would be $490 on a $70K sale (70 cents per $100). Title insurance is also usually paid by the seller, and they should be $402.50. The attorney will also charge a settlement fee, and that varies between title companies, but can be anywhere from $350 on up - and double the amount, as it will be on both the buyers and seller side of the transaction. There are other miscellaneous fees, but those are the big ones. Good luck!
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