Burlington, IA asked in Family Law for Illinois

Q: After living with my civil partner for almost 20 yrs. Who has supported me can I contest the will for provisions

has just died he left a will in 2015 leaving me our pif condo, but we have since sold it.bought a house & a business he intended to update this even called a lawyer made an appt. from his hospital bed but was too sick to go. now I must split this with his 3 children. I have to move, so they can sell the house & they have already taken over our successful buss. which is now showing a loss.we had work together since 1999 I stopped working late in 2008 so has was my total support.we have all split the money he had put away.I know he did not intend for me to be left like this.we live in il. I am moving to fl. where I have family & the estate won't help with any of my moving expensive.please advise me,thank you for all your help.

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Robert B. Buchanan
Robert B. Buchanan
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  • Chicago, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: I would suggest posting this to the probate or estate planning section of this website.

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