Q: My brother and his ex left personal things 5 years ago. We threw the things out. They want legal action.
They were broken junk, old clothes, papers, 1 tv that was my mom’s who passed away and a play station. Most of the things grew mold because they got wet and we threw them out. The tv and PlayStation is with us. Now his ex is telling me that she will take legal action to get the tv, the PlayStation and anything else she seems to think is hers as she wants to browse our house. What can happen and can she really do that?
A: She can try, but I doubt it will result in much since so much time has passed. If they do file suit, you will need to consult an attorney.
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