If my mother and stepfather have passed away, what is mine?

Question Details: My mother passed away a few years ago. As my stepfather was in bad health, my niece agreed to stay with him for rent and a small salary; he has since passed away. My siblings and I agreed to sell the house they owned and split whatever money they had and the value of the house between us. However, that has all changed. Now my oldest sister is trying to keep the house and is, I feel, being less then honest about the money that was left and the value of the house. What rights do I have?

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