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Question: my mom lives with her boyfriend in a house he own through his tust she recently died & boyfriend went to jail now the the boyfriends brother is saying the trust is selling the house & I had less than a week to get my mom & my stuff out shouldn't I have 30 days to get her stuff out or what can I do he threw away the stuff I left in the driveway before I was able to get it which was very sentimental to me I don't feel it's right I don't know how to go about this please help

Answer: If all of your mom’s belongings have already been removed from the house, then there may not be much you can do other than possibly sue someone for monetary damages. If you would like to learn what, if any, legal options you still have at this point, you may want to speak with a lawyer. There are links to free and low-cost legal services on this website (at http://www.azlawhelp.org/accessToJustice).

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  • my mom lives with her boyfriend in a house he own through his tust she recently died & boyfriend went to jail now the the boyfriends brother is saying the trust is selling the house & I had less than a week to get my mom & my stuff out shouldn't I have 30 days to get her stuff out or what can I do he threw away the stuff I left in the driveway before I was able to get it which was very sentimental to me I don't feel it's right I don't know how to go about this please help

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