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any of you been in a will dispute?

- Sun, 15 May 2022 23:10:45 EST 6LZ/uBKi No.46950
File: 1652670645473.jpg -(397642B / 388.32KB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. any of you been in a will dispute?
my mom threatend to take me off her will if i ever saw my dad again "" her words

is this illegal? thats extortion or something right?

also, if i had proof of family abuse, will that overturn the will so that i inherit it?
i have proof for years
and my family is the cause of some issue and ongoing therapy type shit
Martin Macklecocke - Fri, 20 May 2022 20:05:56 EST s4MnW6nY No.46952 Reply
I'd get a consultation with an estate lawyer and ask them these questions. It's probably not illegal because it's her property, but it's also probably unenforceable. I doubt testifying about family abuse would help your case unless you were seeking damages against your mother
Archie Crinningdock - Sun, 22 May 2022 08:32:52 EST MCJFAJlk No.46953 Reply
>is this illegal? thats extortion or something right?

In order for it to be legal extortion, you would have to have some legally recognized right to the inheritance. You do not, by default, have any such right.

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