• I will guess and say, no. Only if you die and leave it to him. But if you want to be sure, consult an attorney in your state
  • Yes. If you have no prenuptual agreement. Talk to a lawyer, he may be able to help.
    • Linda Joy
      Its prenuptial, and that only applies to what you had before the marriage.
  • "Generally, inheritances are not subject to equitable distribution because, by law, inheritances are not considered marital property. Instead, inheritances are treated as separate property belonging to the person who received the inheritance, and therefore may not be divided between the parties in a divorce. However, if it's shared between spouses, an inheritance can be treated differently based on rules that vary greatly among the states. For instance, if the inheritance is deposited into a joint bank account and used for joint marital expenses (called "comingling of the inheritance"), the inheritance can lose its separate property status. Likewise, if the inheritance is used to make improvements to the primary residence, it may also lose its separate status. Therefore, comingling is key -- if separate property is used in a way that benefits joint marital assets, the inheritance may no longer be considered separate property, and may be subject to division upon divorce.",the%20parties%20in%20a%20divorce.
  • You're Mom should have something written up that if you pass on before your husband that all her property is donated to charity and he has no say so about getting her stuff

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