If my fiancee passed away and owned the condo that we lived in, how long before I have to move?

Question Details: My fiance passed away suddenly 2 weeks ago without a Will. My son and I have lived with her for the past 14 years. I realize that I have no legal right to the condo. She also has a son who did not live with us. My concern is how long before I have to leave? I planned on paying one more mortgage and HOA payment to buy some time to find another place to live but her son drained the bank account where the money was for these payments and stated he does not want those payments made anymore. My fiancee lost her job 2 years ago and was on Social Security and also recently filed for bankruptcy and reaffirmed the loan on the condo. My fear is that I will come home from work and be locked out of the condo. I just would like to know how much time I have to leave? Should I contact the mortgage company and explain the situation since this months mortgage payment wasn't made? Also, my son and I talked about buying the condo, is that possible?

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