My mothers husband is trying to take the plots away from us. She bought them before they married. My husband and I set a stone on the plot she is in. Now he wants control over the stone what's going on it. We did not write on it yet. Also who gets the plots.
The contract with the cemetery may spell out the details of what happens to the plots. If not, the plots may be property disposed of in the will.
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Ms. Phipps is quite right. The contract signed when your mother purchased the plots should tell what happens.
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