Nope, you're widower, with the right to inherit, unless you have stipulated that right away. Your matrimonial action is over. If your husband did not have a will, then the son does have a claim in the estate. You need to hire an estate attorney.
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I agree with Mr. Gold. Now would be the time to consult with an Estate attorney.
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Upon of death of your husband your divorce action stops with an exception. Speak with a local divorce lawyer about yur situation and discuss the estate matter.
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