Q: Question regarding selfish behaviour of grandparents.
My grandmother and grandfather sold all the property they had and ate all through their lifespan and lived high standard Life giving nothing to children and even sold the lands that are supposed to be inherited to his son. Now they are threating to sell the house and land on which our family lives. My father is very much frustrated of them. These types of situation are happening from last 30 years or so even before my birth. They are so selfish that they donot even think about the betterment of their grand children. Never contributed to their studies neither bought any clothes to them. They steal goods from the house and supply to their daughter's.
My only question is "How we can legally prevent them from selling the only land in which we live and survive?" Because if they sell this only land we will become homeless and might come on road with nothing backing ourselves
A: Maybe you could repost your question in the Probate and Estate Planning sections. There's no guarantee of every question here being picked up, but if anyone could comment meaningfully on your situation, it's the attorneys who are active in those sections. Good luck
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