My husband had a Will in 1999 stated that his wife and 2 daughter shared everything after he died.He bought a site in 2006. Before he passed away, he insisted on the site belonged to youngest daughter,but he had not changed the name of property. His wife is not Irish resident, can she still share the site or not? Since my husband had not changed the name of property, so, do we need to probate the site; meanwhile, can we fight for the site should be belonged to youngest daughter as his wishes? Thanks so much!
I am consulting with a probate lawyer in California,U.S.A,but she has not figure out yet. The Will is legal document or not in California and what is the right for me.
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