My deceased father divided all of his property, money and tangible, equally amongst his three children. There was a valuable dining room set that he specifically left to me, and asked my older sister to "hold" it for me until I got married. He felt that as my two sisters had received their fair share of tangibles, and that I had received nothing, the dining room set would balance things out. My older sister has been holding and using the dining room set, and thinks that it belongs to her. I am 76 and have never married.
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you never got married, then the conditions of the bequest of the dining room set from your father have not yet been satisfied.