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stepmother & kids rights to will

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    Posted: 14/July/2005 at 14:48

HI

MY FATHER DIED TWO YEARS AGO - QUITE YOUNG & UNEXPECTEDLY

THERE WAS A WILL BUT WE DIDN'T SEE IT - ALTHUOGH WE KNEW WE WERE MENTIONED - EVERTHING WAS LEFT TO MY STEPMOTHER AND THEN WHEN SHE DIED THE REMAINING AMOUNT WAS TO BE SHARED BETWEEN THREE OF US (ONE WAS HER SON BY SOMEONE ELSE)THEN

MY STEPMOTHER GAVE US SOME MONEY AND ASKED US TO SIGN A PAPER SAYING THAT WE WOULD NOT CONTEST THE WILL - AS SHE DIDN'T WANT "TO GO TO PROBATE"

OUR MUM TOLD US NOT TO SIGN SO WE DIDN'T & IT ALL SEEMD OK

WHAT ARE OUR RIGHTS IF SHE SELLS THE HOUSE & MOVES IN WITH HER NEW BOYFRIEND

WHAT SHOULD WE DO AS WE DO NOT REALLY WANT TO GET INTO A FIGHT

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