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what happens if the family starts taking things from the house

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what happens if the family starts taking things from the house and my sisters are the trustes
Is this a situation where a parent has died or is legally incapacitated and who owns the house?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Both parents are gone and my sisters are the trustes and every one is removing things from the house there are seven in the family and every one is in the trust. Can the trustes charge the boys for things that are taken from the home
If the trust says that all the children share equally in the estate, then the trustees should be making sure that no items are removed from the house, unless there is an agreement between all the heirs/beneficiaries as to who gets what. Yes, the trustees can charge, by way of an off set, the brothers' inheritance rights as a result of personal property removed from the house.
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