Q: I was my mothers care taker and I was living in her house when she died,my question is can my siblings evict me?
My mother left no will it's got to go through probate,also I have been the sole care giver and have lived there for 5yrs what are my rights.
A: Your siblings have no legal authority to evict you from your mother's house. Only a personal representative for your mom's estate would have the authority to do so, and to become a personal representative requires a probate. Until that time, you have every legal right to remain in the house. If anyone interferes in your right, just call 911 and report the matter to the police.
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