She should have the rights to the house. Normally when a person dies without a will, the state has a default will that they use to determine who gets the assets. Check with an attorney for your state. * In every state the current spouse of the deceased is entitled to the homestead or a portion thereof. Generally the largest portion of an estate is awarded to the surviving spouse by means of the state probate succession laws when the person dies intestate. Furthermore, the primary residence of the married couple is never entered into probate procedure in community property states or included in probate procedure in other states unless the property title bears the names of persons other than the surviving spouse.
Are you asking if your previous husband ought to be legally responsible for supporting your children by your new husband?
Amelia never had any children. Her husband George had 2 children by a previous marriage, but they were not officially step-children of Amelia.
Marie Osmond's adopted children were the biological children of her second husband from a previous marriage.
He has three children, two sons and a daughter from two previous marriages.
She does not have any children of her own. She was married to Mike Nicholls who died in 2014 and had 3 children from a previous marriage.
a bussinessman and she has 2 kids from this marriage and 4 step-children
George Washington. He had no natural children and adopted Martha's children. A boy and girl from her first marriage. Her first husband died from what was known at the time as "bad blood".
In a marriage in which both the husband and the wife have children from a previous marriage, the children are step-children to the parent who is not their bioloigical parent, and are step-siblings (step-brothers and step-sisters) to each other.
No. If your present husband is the father of the children of his previous marriage and is the custodial parent he would have to sue his ex-wife (the children's mother) for support.
Not if they are adults.
A blended family is regarded as one that includes parents from previous and present marriage, children. An example is a woman who is newly married but living with his new husband and her child from previous marriage. Another name is step family.
Not if the mother is in the childern's lives. If you married the father then the children cme along too, you are now the step-mother and have to take that responsibility if it is given to you.