Can I legally move in my dads house if no will has been executed and there is a question of fraud on a family member.

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Can I legally move in my dads house if no will has been executed and there is a question of fraud on a family member?

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Since no will has been filed yet nothing to legally prohibit you from doing so. Understand if probate is opened and personal representative named they could evict you later on. But at this point you would be free to do so especially if you are an heir.


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I don’t want to be arrested and I need to get a forensic team in there next month
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Legally nothing prohibits it if nothing filed here.

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