Milton, KS asked in Probate for Kansas

Q: Living estate, Do I have any rights as the property owner before my step mom passes away?

She keeps moving things to her new homestead that had been on my dads place before they were married. ....hay barn, small round top shed..neither were attached to the ground. Those are just the things I noticed from the hwy way as she said i was not allowed on the property.

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Doug Coe
Doug Coe
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Wichita, KS
  • Licensed in Kansas

A: Tough to say without more info. I'd certainly reach out to an attorney to represent you and to get more thorough advice. With that said, if you own the property and she is a tenant, your rights are largely governed by the Kansas Landlord Tenant Act and the lease agreement, if any. As for relocating personal property, that's likely a matter of ownership. If it's hers, she can likely do as she pleases. Quite of bit of additional information would be needed though, before anyone could make a full assessment. Good luck!

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