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1. My husband’s family has not included me in the inheritance of his property, claiming that it was verbally bequeathed to his younger brother. Is there any legal provision in Panchkula that can help me stake my claim, considering that there was no written will?
2. The property in question is ancestral and I have been living in it with my husband for over 20 years. Can the length of our stay help strengthen my claim on the property in any way?
3. My husband’s family is threatening to evict me from the property. What immediate legal steps should I take to prevent this from happening and ensure my safety?
4. I have found some old documents that suggest that my husband had a share in another property, but his family denies its existence. How can I legally establish the existence of this property and claim my husband’s share?
5. In the absence of a written will, how does the court in Panchkula usually divide the property amongst the surviving spouse and other family members?
6. Could you guide me on how to prepare myself for the legal battle ahead? What kind of evidences should I gather and what procedures should I anticipate?