My mother died six years ago and my two brothers and myself have inherited two houses from her estate. My youngest brother is the sole executor and is currently taken care and paying all the necessary bills of both properties. There are no talks or plannings of selling either one or both houses at the present time. My question here is am I entitle to a buyout of both properties even though I've never made any monetary contributions? Because he's the executor does it make it right for me and my older brother (I'm 56 and my older brother is 58) are waiting in the wind knowingly that a buyout can aid us financially for a few more years.
2 Answers from Attorneys
Your question is a little unclear. I would suggest that you call my office for a consultation. I will explain your rights to you. //the fact that you have never made any monetary contributions does not change the fact that you are still entitled to your share.
You have been waiting for years. Far too long.
I suggest that you talk to a lawyer like me, and take action.
What is he waiting for?
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