Okay. I am still needing some information you did not provide, but that is okay.
If there is no Will, then the property is divided by what is known as default succession laws
. See here:www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/intestate-succession-virginia.html
Now, if your siblings on on the deed, and your father is too, and he passes away, then HIS SHARE of the property will be SLIT BETWEEN ALL SIBLINGS equally.
Since your siblings already hold some interest, and they will get a share of your father's interest, their interest will be greater than yours. However, someone in your situation DOES stand to inherit an interest in the property. So this will make you co-tenants with your siblings, although your siblings will have a bigger interest in the property than you.
By common law, EACH tenant in any real property
is entitled to possess and enjoy the entire property in such a case, meaning that they cannot kick you out.
However, if they wish to sell it, they can file in Court to partition
the property, meaning asking that the Court either (1) order them to buy you out at a fair price, or, (2) order the home sold and proceeds split according to the interest each tenant holds.
So while they may not simply kick you out, there is a risk of partition if they want to try to sell the home later.
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