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Hi Debbie, thanks for your enquiry.
Is this your second marriage or is there any reason why you think your husband does not wish you to inherit your property were your husband to pass on first? Al
Hi Debbie, thanks for your reply.
Well, I am afraid that as the SEV notice has been served on you, the Deeds can indeed be changed to show that you are Tenants in common and there is nothing you can do to stop or object to this.
However, the property remains in the ownership of you and your husband and his sister in law is not permitted to change the ownership of the property so that your husband no longer owns a share.
A SEV is usually served so that the half share of the property owned by the person serving the Notice can leave their half share of the property to whoever they nominate in their Will. I do not know if your husband has made a Will, and if he has, who he has left his Estate to (I do not know if for example if he has left his Estate to his children, but if he has, it would mean that they will inherit his half share of the property, as opposed to it going to you).
I hope this assists you. Does it?
Kind Regards Al
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