How can I secure my property from getting away to my father's second wife 's children.
A land belonged to my grandfather was later transferred to my mother and after my mom's death I inherited it. But now my father's second wife daughter is there. How to safeguard the land from getting distributed.
Posted on 21st Jul, 2018
Answered on 29th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you:
1. Since the property was your mother's then nobody else has a claim on it;
2. If the property was your father's then maybe his second wife's children could stake a claim;
3. You need not worry about this particular property.
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