Q: When my father died I did not get anything from the estate. Now my stepmother has died. Am I entiled to my father's half
My brother and nephew are dividing the estates. Do I get half or some parts of it. Will an attornery in Ca. take a case if this is in TX. I live in Ca. they live in TX.
A: Whether you are entitled to any portion of your stepmother's estate depends on facts that you did not share in your post. Did your stepmother have a will or a trust? Did your stepmother live in Texas? Unless the estate is administered under CA law, a California attorney would most likely not get involved in the case. You can call me and I can make suggestions on how you can proceed to get answers to your questions. 916-751-1000
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