Inherted property


#1

If you friend inherited the home it is his separate property, however his wife may have an interest in the home if they have used the residence as the martial home. If the residence is used as the martial home he has no rights to force her to leave based on the separate nature of the property.

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#2

I have a friend who inhertated land and a home from his father. Is his wife entitled to any of this property from a separtation or divorce? They were married when his father died and he is an only child.
They have been married for about 26 years, she refuses to leave.

Betty Burr