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If the divorce judgment did not grant the plot to either of them, then each of them continued to own a 50% interest in the plot.
If his daughter is willing to take 1/3 than let her. Because if you and your si9bling are not the children of your mom's ex, then his daughter would be entitled to 50%---and not just 1/3.
You see the children inherit from theior parent. Each parent had 50% and so if the daughter is the only child, she would get her father's full share.
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