Asked by BronwynI on 19-08-2020 15:56:56
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Hi, when my dad passed away almost 5 years ago I went through a rough time as I was pregnant when he passed away. I went into early labour and spent 3 days in hospital getting pumped with steroids so that that the baby could grow. Doctors said it was the stress that caused me to go into early labour.
When I came out of hospital my mum told me that my dad did not have a will and so my dads house would go to her(my mum) and his 3 kids. She also said that she wants to sell the house and it would be hard to sell the house under so many names and asked me to sign over my share to her so.that she could sell the house under 1 name. I agreed as I didnt want to stress anymore. Worrying about myself and my baby.
She did not sell the house, instead she left it to her daughter in her will who is not my fathers child. I feel as if I were wronged and lied to. When I asked her about it, she got angry and called my husband and I liars.
What can I do about this?
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