I would like to make it legal that she dont want anything like the house and land and that she should return some of my fathers things like his f150 truck his jewelry his flag and she can keep all of the furniture and washer and dryer ect because when we probated his estate we thought he was divorced and all of his neighbors think she may have some responsiblity in his death i have a autopsy report where he was very medicated
she stated to the constable that she didnt want the home and land but all of the stuff my dad had before they was married my dad died on feb 26, and buried on march 9th she moved out around march 15 not paying any morage payment for those months the house is a triple wide moble home and they getting ready to repo it til I made a payment yesterday the insurance on the truck and house have lapsed
no he didnt leave a will, thats why we probated the estate, and we were awarded his estate and when the constable contacted her to tell her to bring the property back thats when she informed us that they were remarried in 2012 and it have not been a year yet before my dad died, and thats when she stated she would give us his flag, jewelry, tv land and house and she was keeping his truck and furniture.I feel she should have told us that they were remarried and we all should have probated the estate but she ran out not making anything legal and it look like we lied to the judge, but all we had was the divorce papers from 2006
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX sense. and it will cheaper than retaining an attorney I was hoping it was something i could do on my own. I can challenge the marriage at the probate hearing? she provided the constable with the marriage certificate even he said that he would fight her cause of her actions. Last, what do i need to get that would be helpful in challenging the marriage?
Again thank you so much, and may God show favor on your career
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