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If your mother-in-law listed you in the will and gave you half of a piece of real estate at the time of her death, then that is what you are entitled to. If you subsequently give away your interest the divorce proceeding that I would see you would not be. The time period that you have lived together after the divorce will not count as a marriage since there was no nuptials exchanged.
I assume by your response that you must have transferred your inherited interest to your husband through the divorce proceedings. If that is the case, the only other option I see is to attempt to invalidate the divorce agreement because it was not voluntarily and knowingly and heard into. Perhaps you can use your mental status at the time to avoid the marriage settlement agreement
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If you ever want to pursuant now is the time. You will not be able to pursue it later.
If you have any desire to pursue it you should do so now.
As I had stated previously, if you have already signed away your interest you inherited in the Marital Settlement Agreement, you will have to file a motion to set aside the Marital Settlement Agreement asserting that you did not knowingly and intelligently enter into the agreement because of your mental health issues. This is a difficult burden to prove, so I highly recommend utilizing an experienced family law attorney to increase your chances of success.