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What is you specific query please?
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Hello, my name is***** am a licensed lawyer from the UK.
The answer based on your circumstances is the following:
The will produces legal effects, regardless if you got married or not.
It means that his house will go to his children, unless he agrees to sign a new will.
Therefore, if you wish to have any legal right in regards ***** ***** house, you will have to convince him to sign a new will or for your name to be included on the deed.
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Yes, because the deed must match the mortgage applicants.
Therefore, if your name is ***** ***** mortgage, you would have the legal right to 50% of the house.
An easier option would be to simply convince him to change his will, if that would be possible.