My mother left a will, which had white out on it, but was also noterized and the notery supposedly asked my mother if she wanted to re-do the will without whiteout on it and she claimed my mother said no. I first, do not believe my mother went to the bank to have this done, as she had severly mini strokes and was on oxygen and never wanted to leave her home. My sister had a very good repore with this notary.
The will states that the home would go to my sister for her to take care of my mothers uncle and my sister to live there. Now, my sisters son, his live-in girlfriend, their son, and now another son who was convicted on involuntary manslaughter is about to also move in. All of them are using my uncles money, retirement pension and social security money which is over 2,000 per month.
has not been opened, because at the beginning we wanted to comply with our mothers wishes to let our sister live there until death, then we would open the estate and place our uncle in a personal care home.
Can our sister will the house to her son? She has developed lymphoma cancer and the son and his live in girlfriend seem pretty anxious to think now the house will be theirs.
Thank you for your time