Q: what happens to her money and property. She has a will that wills the house to me and the other lot to my brother. The money will be divided among the three siblings.
A: The Will merely determines what happens to your mother's assets when she passes. Until then, your mother can do anything she wants with those assets. For example, if she needs to pay her medical bills, then her house or lot could be sold. If that were to happen, then the Will would obviously not be effective as to those properties. But if the properties are not sold, and assuming the Will meets all requirements during probate, then the Will must be adhered to. Accordingly, you would inherit the house.
One thing you may want to bring to your mother's attention is to determine what happens in the event that the house must be sold. For example, the Will could state that you are to be given any remaining proceeds from the sale of the house. Your mother may also wish to take action to determine how her medical bills will be paid for. For example, she could dictate that the house be sold last, and that her current money be used for that purpose first. The bot***** *****ne is that she may wish to see an attorney to determine how her assets will be used before he death.
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