Q: Father made a will 30yrs ago after mother passed. He ask myself middle child to be in charge of his will.i told him to p
ut my sister the oldest in charge. At the time he was spatting with my sister and brother.That was 30 yrs.ago soon after he recobsiled with them.So he put his sister. The will was in my father's safe when he passed,ut for the last year he has been telling me he needed to go to lawyer change his will. Then he just never got to it. His sister was suppose to make sure that everything was divided between. His kids that was the understanding he told his sister when he put her on will. He srared everything went to her but she was. Suppise to make sure we all got equal shares but she didn't do that at all. The da y of funeral the funeral director read the will it said. All movable and none moveable to my sister her name. Next day they told me j had to leave i was living there caring for dad and i live on fixed jncome disability do I lived with him after my home burnt 2 yrs ago. Im homeless my father did not want this please tell me what I can do. I thought a lawyer was to read will. Sold lot.
A: If the will is valid and it says everything goes to your sister, that's what happens. He could have included equal distributions to each children but he didn't.
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