Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

‘I stand to inherit a share of my father’s house. What if his widow sells it?’

“In this case, where the father’s will left his half share of a house held as tenants in common to his children rather than their stepmother as his co-owner, the stepmother had no automatic right to live on in the house after his death,” Mr Peters said, “although in a family situation that would often happen by agreement within the family. When the house is sold, the provisions of your father’s will entitle you and your sister to claim your 50/50 shares of his half of the sale proceeds.



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