Eviction

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Question: My husband died and now his daughter wants the house I have lived in for years can she have me evicted.

Answer: If your husband did not have a will, the estate may be divided to family members according to the law. You may want to check to see if you are on the deed to the home, that may give you rights to it. If your husband had a will and left the home to his daughter, she may be able to evict you. You should consult with an attorney regarding the estate. If no will was provided, you may need to go to probate to have the estate settled.

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  • My husband died and now his daughter wants the house I have lived in for years can she have me evicted.

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