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the family own the property but it can not be sold until my husbands death whereupon the monies are to be shared in the family, my husband has the right to live in the property until his death
the property is held in a living will made by David(my husband)s mother We have lived here together for 16yrs unchallenged and have put £35,000 into repairs(ie new boiler, new front porch etc).His niece is the sole executive on the will and refuses me permission to finish my life here. We are hoping a court could give me that right to finish my life here, ,we have no desire to contest the ownership of the house.Thank you Clare for your time.
A living will means exactly that; while ***** *****ves in the house it cannot be sold and the money distributed to the other benificeries.
nothing was said about ownership ,we were just told I could not stay after David died.
no not for some years after I had been living here and pumping money into the property
only that David did not own the house, I checked with my husband and he says me living here has never been mentioned to him by Dawn, the executive of the will.
His mother had died four years earlier. the money was invested as the repairs were urgent and could not be left, dangerous wiring, boiler pumping out co2 etc.
the will states that David is resposibile for maintence but is vague, we have done what had to be done for safety.
by about 50,000
My husband is 74 and I am 64, we have been married since 2000.