My son in law got a E-mail from his Father X girlfriend saying that his father had died that night and wanted her to have everything. Asked for him to sign a paper that he wanted nothing. Isn't that a nice way to be told of your fathers death? He was 49. She says he died of a heart attack at home (Georgia). Some of the details keep changing. The X girlfriend had been living in his house because she had nowhere to go and no money. A little background. My Son in law lives in Ca and has not seen his father since his parents divorce when he was three. He is his only son. He never really knew his father other than a few phone calls, Emails and Facebook the last few years. On June 30th he wrote a bucket list on Facebook saying the #1 thing on his bucket list was to he was going to get on his bike and ride to CA. to go see his son and Grandkids (3). There was a few other things like read the bible and get odd jobs on the way. He was out of work at the time. But he died 6 days later. I was healthy before so the bucket list dose not make since. The funeral was a nightmare for poor Kenny. So at the funeral the x is calling herself his wife. The Loving Grandmother is telling him he owes her for the funeral. They where never married. The military flag was even given to her. She is in the house and refuses for him to come in. It would have been nice if she gave him some memento of his father. From what we understand she says she has a unsigned will that came off his computer. I figure that means nothing. So why does she want him to sign if she claims a attorney told her it is legal. Who sees a attorney the same day someone dies? We can't even get someone to call us back. Kenny would be his heir if there is no will. He could have a will but she won't let anyone look. I don't think his dad had much. The bike, truck, house and $2,000 in the bank that the X and Grandmother already tried to take out. He did have credit card debt so I am not sure there would be anything after Probate. I think his personal belongings is what Kenny wants. The x wants the house and bike. How long is this girl going to be allowed to live there? Will the banks get her out or do they care? I don't think she can afford utilities, so I am sure she will start selling off his things. I really need this trip coming up. The Grandkids have been great but this has even been tough on all of us.