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a right to go to court to get money off her estate.
starship33 starship33 36-40, F 13 Answers Dec 17, 2012 in Health

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No. They were probably "undeserving" kids.

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No it was never their money.

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No they don't. It is not their money and it never was their money. You should be able to leave your money to who or whatever you want. If she had want them to have the money she would have left it to them.

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Left all the money to the housekeeper to take care of the cat? and there is a question about competency?

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Nope, that's Mom's way of saying **** you to her kids.

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I'd have to read the will. A NO CONTEST CLAUSE would keep anyone who brings an action out of the will altogether- they can lose what they in face recieved. If the kids were disinherited from the will, all they can constest is on the basis of over-reaching, incompacity or fraud.(NY)

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No, Cat( Animal) won't leave her kids to go anywhere.

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no

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Not if she was 'compos mentis' at the time she made the will. So long as the cat didn't influence her in its favour, the kids are stumped

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