Live with my mother for 6 years she is terminal had to quit job to take care of her on Wednesday my brother and nice came to house and took her they have accused me of things but will not let me speak to mom nor will they speak to me only sending text they told me I have to be out of house all weekend so they can get things for mom and I have to be completely moved out by may 12 they took my key to house I afraid if I go out they will lock me out can they do this I have MS and very little money I don't know how this be done please help
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You might want to see if your mom had a will. Doing so will show your interest when she dies. In the meantime, if your mom allowed you to live in the home and she is alive, outside parties cannot evict you.
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