My 88 year old mother in law lives in her sons house who recently passed away (she don\'t pay rent) Her granddaughter was appointed over his estate and they want to remove some of her personal property (without her permission) from the home with the idea that the property will sell faster. It involves stuff stored in boxes and neatly stored in the attic and basement. She is in poor health and is very upset about them taking her property to put in storage. Can they legaly do this?
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Did she give them permission to do so? Is this person her guardian or power of attorney?
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