Here's OP's backstory.
Here's what happened.
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1. His late husband could have willed his possessions to his family if he wanted them to have it.
2. He could share things that are not of sentimental value with them.
3. He should get away from them ASAP.
4. He needs to involve a lawyer and cut ties with them.
5. His late husband left him what he wanted him to have.
6. He was by his side and built with him.
7. His in-laws are dealing with the consequences of their homophobic comments.
8. Everything is his as long as his late husband willed it to him.
9. He should block their access to him.
10. He owes them nothing.
11. He might need to get a restraining order.
12. The will reflects his late husband's wishes.
13. Lawyers will advise him to respect his late husband's will.
14. His in-laws cannot force him to give up what his husband left him.
15. He should use the money to hire a good lawyer.
16. He is not obligated to give his late husband's family anything.
17. His husband willed his fortune to his heir.
18. Her late husband's parents are being greedy.
19. He has the legal and moral rights to retain whatever his husband left him.
20. He is entitled to his late husband's estate even without a will.
What Do You Think?
A will is a legal document that outlines how a person's assets should be distributed after they die. If a widow/widower is named as a beneficiary, he/she is entitled to receive the assets specified in the will, which may include personal possessions.
In a situation where the deceased's family is contesting the will, a court may need to review the will and the circumstances surrounding its creation to ensure that it is valid and that the deceased's wishes are being carried out.
What do you think of OP's situation?