the siblings children inherit that half of the house
If your mother owns the property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship with that other person then she cannot leave her interest in the property to you. If that tenancy was not specifically recited in the will when she received her inheritance then she inherited as a tenant in common and can leave her half interest in the property to you by will. If she dies intestate her interest will pass to her heirs at law according to your state laws.
She can put the land on her will before she dies and one of her children will inherit it.
First, the language in the deed may determine how much Grandmother owns. Second, in some jurisdictions the operation of law may provide her with a half interest because married couples may be viewed as one "unit" so that each couple owns a half and the survivor of each "unit" would own that half interest. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area.
Michael Jackson. Now his estate, his kids will inherit everything.
A person who owns a life estate cannot leave it to heirs. The life estate expires when the life tenant dies. In another sense a person can inherit a life estate. For example, suppose William is married to his second wife, Sarah. William and Sarah live in the home that William shared with his first wife who died many years ago. It was the family home where he grew up and where he raised his own children. In his will William can leave his home to his children but reserve a life estate for Sarah so that she can continue to live in their home for the duration of her life. When William dies Sarah will inherit a life estate. When Sarah dies William's children will own the property free of her life estate.
That depends on how the two held title. I will assume there was no will. If they owned the property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety (married couples only) then the other will become the sole owner when one dies. If they owned the property as tenants in common then the decedent's half share would pass to their heirs at law according to the state laws of intestacy.
Well, there is simply neither a German throne nor a claim for it any more. Since 1918 Germany is a Republic and the former royal families in Germany lost their owns of Germany or its rule in any way.
If the person who currently owns the land is not yet deceased, then the person who may inherit the land has no current interest in the property. This has no effect on bankruptcy proceedings.
If you are talking about the mr.collins in pride and prejudice his purpose was to marry one of the bennets famlies daughters so the bennet family could inherit land that they lived on of mr.collins because he owned everything they had and with a daughter married from he bennets family the daaughter could inherit the bennets land so they'd stop living on everything mr.collins owns.
Still the wife.