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What rights does a husband have to real estate and all other property in Oregon left solely to his wife by her father in an unwitnessed holographic will?


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2009-12-14 03:20:23
2009-12-14 03:20:23

Oregon is not a community property state. The husband is not an heir of his wife's father. The husband has no rights in or to to the real estate.

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