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27 Sep 20 #514239 by WYSPECIAL
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If your mother has left it in trust for your children then it doesn’t belong to you so your ex has no claim to any of it.

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27 Sep 20 #514240 by N290210
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Even if i live in it

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28 Sep 20 #514265 by WYSPECIAL
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N290210 wrote: Even if i live in it


Presumably your mother has given you the right to live in it?

You still don’t own it though. If you chose not to live in it you couldn’t take a cash alternative. You can’t sell it.

She can’t claim something that isn’t yours.

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29 Sep 20 #514275 by N290210
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Is this confirmed about trust she cant touch it tbe trust cant the court change the trust?

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