How can they get by with buying the land my step mom left me but no will?
2 attorney answers
Cases like yours can be factually and legally difficult. Any good lawyer will want to sit down with you to get all of the documents you may have and all of the facts. After doing so, the attorney will give you some advice. Please contact an attorney in your area who handles probate cases and get some advice.
All the best,
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Your question is confusing, but in general, if you believe that you should have inherited property either by a Will or through intestacy, you should contact an attorney to get more specific advice. Best of luck to you.
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