my sister & her husband ripped my father off for 50g ( he passed a year ago ) ( to pay a gambling dept ) my mom is still trying to get money back... this all started 7 yrs ago. now causing me and mom to fight a lot and she keeps sticking up for the baby in family ( sis is 50 ). now mom is looking to get me out of house cause of arguing but the house is deeded to me only and mom is on the life estate. also can I get a stay away order for courts for my sis & her husband ? they live across the street.
If your mother has a life estate in the house, she gets to stay in the house until she passes. You can sell the house, but your mother does not have to leave. So, good luck finding a buyer who wants to own a house that your mother can live in until she dies. You may be able to buy your mother's life estate. You should discuss this with an attorney.
Getting a restraining order against for sister may be doable, but there are rules that need to be followed. Restraining orders are used to limit the behavior of someone deemed threatening in any way. Situations that legally prompt filing a restraining order include but are not limited to threats of harm to someone or their children and verbal or written harassment. Depending on your situation, you may be able to get a restraining order. Speak with an attorney to go over the specifics of your family relationship.
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