Per our post-nup agreement clause re death, if still married I am the beneficiary of our shared co-op and "all its contents." In his will my husband is bequeathing specific items from our home as well as a cash gift to ...
As the other attorneys have said, it depends on the true reading of the Will. In NY, we have particular rules regarding distribution of assets under a Will and how they are affected by a post-nup agreement. If you don't have your own attorney, maybe there's a way for me to see the Will.See question
Sibling has resided in the home for 52 years. Has diagnosis bipolar and depression which prevents him from working and has criminal offense that limits wherre he can live.
I agree with my two colleagues. Disinheritance excludes the child from ownership. But, possession depends on the other owners. If the owners want to evict their sibling, that is their right. However, they may find it difficult - not just because of the sibling's disabilities, but because of the eviction process in general. It may be better for them to work out a deal whereby the sibling moves to a new residence.See question