Good morning. If I were you, I would have Lana file a petition with the probate court to have the provision of the will that both need to agree be deemed void because it's against public policy to hold people hostage in such a way by basically forcing people to together. Also, she should also consider getting his comments that he will never agree to give her any money unless she lives with him on email, text, voice mail or recording. This is basically extortion and a criminal offense. Once she has evidence of criminal offense she can go to the district attorney and pursue criminal charges and the criminal offense facts will help a probate court judge deem the provision void.
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