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Can my late boyfriend's kids force me to move out or evict me against his last wishes?

Question Details: My boyfriend and I been together for 9 years; we live together in his home for the last 7 years. He passed away last month. He told he kids and me that I was to stay living in house for 1 year after he passed and the money in his personal bank account was to go to me to help with the bills and and stuff to make sure I would be OK until the year was up. Then after the 1st year, we were to sell the house and whatever money was left after paying house off was to be split 4 ways between his 3 kids and me. We each get 25% after sale. Well it's only been 2 weeks since he passed and his children and trying to force me to move out and now saying their gonna file an eviction on me and have withdrawn the money out of the bank.

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