Q: My son conned my father out of his entire estate. I am the oldest child. How do I contest the will?
My son was adopted by my parents at an early age. My father believed my son conned him out of his estate shortly after my mother passed. I have an audio recording of my father telling my son this and that he wanted it changed back into his name. My father also stated that my sister and I have just as much right to his property. My son ignored my father's wishes to have every changed back to the way it was. My father passed in April.
My husband and I retired in 2015 at the request of my parents to come home and help take care of them. We have lived in a trailer behind the main house since 05-01-2015. Two weeks after my father's passing, my son gave us a 3 day eviction notice. We are still living on the property but are preparing to move when housing becomes available. We are both 70 and live on a fixed income.
I want to contest my son's total takeover of my parents estate.
A: Hire a competent MS attorney today. More than likely the SOL for an Eviction proceeding is blown, and you are still in possession. The owner/plaintiff will probably have to file an Ejectment suit which is expensive and difficult.
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