Q: My brother-in-law died recently. He had two daughters. One is under age (14) and the other is 21.
The 21 yrd. applied for adm. of estate and received a sum of life insurance money. She then kicked the sister out and is selling her father's things. I have nothing to gain in this but I feel the minor is being mistreated. She lost her father and her home. Can someone help her legally? The minors uncle took custody of her so she would have somewhere to live. At the time of his death, the older sister had been kicked out and was living with her boyfriend and their baby. Only the father and the minor ( who's mother died of cancer about 8 years ago) lived in the house. My brother-n law had told me that he had made a will and took the older daughter out of everything. No will could be found. The person that he left the 1,000,000 life insurance to has been managing the money and I have no idea how. Thanks for any concern from anyone. The minor has lost both parents and is now being shafted by her sister, who still has her mother alive. I pray that the right things take place. Thanks!
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