Legal advice.

@befani (86)
United States
October 6, 2006 1:14am CST
Maybe someone can help me out with this. Its a rather long story, so try to bear with me. Okay. My dad had cancer for a year and some odd months. He wanted to make sure that we(his kids) got his house when he died(because they told him that he could not be cured). So, in good faith, he sold his house, which is worth well over $500,000, to his sister, with the agreement that she would sell it to the first child that came up with the money that she paid for the house. Which was $70,000. Yeah, big steal if you ask me. So, he put this in his will and she verbally agreed to it. But now that he is gone, she says that she doesn't want to sell it to any of us "rotten kids" as she calls us. He didn't sign any agreement with her, because he trusted her, I mean, it is his sister. Is the will binding enough to make her sell it?
1 response
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
6 Oct 06
Firstly you need to go for a lawyer and let them go through the will you mention.secondly you will have to think for the time and money it take and finally think for the worst.