my husband just passed away and i am now on the land that was his i am worried about about someone coming in and trying to make me move.

what can i do to make sure that im protected? Ive been on the property fo 15 years. Plzlet me know what i can do. Who would the property go too? His father willed it to his three sons.If somthing happens then it converts back tothe other two sons

Asked on June 25, 2009 under Estate Planning, Kentucky

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

You need to take a copy of your Father in Law's will to an estate attorney immediately.  Did your Husband have a Will?  Did he have any agreement as to the land with his brothers?  Are you renting the property from them?  Did you build a house or are you living in what was left by your Father in Law?  There are too many unanswered questions here and someone would have to read all the necessary documents before they could give you an answer.   If you say that it reverts to your husband's brothers then it would appear you are not protected, but only an attorney in your area would be able to tell you for sure if there is any way you can stay. 


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