Television reality entertainer claims that her stepchildren are trying to take her home from her.
Alexia Echevarria, one of the Real Housewives of Miami, is fighting with her stepchildren over part of her late husband’s estate, according to the Daily Mail in “Real Housewives of Miami star Alexia Echevarria accuses her stepsons of trying to seize her $3 million Miami Beach home and Maserati after her husband’s sudden death.”
Prior to marrying, Echevarria and her husband picked out a home in Miami Beach that he purchased in his name alone. A prenuptial agreement was signed which included a provision that upon his death, ownership of the house would be transferred to her.
The two announced that they were separating in 2015, but according to Echevarria, they continued to live together until his death in 2016.
His estate went to his two sons from a previous relationship. Echevarria claims they are attempting to seize the house as part of the estate.
It is not uncommon for stepparents and children to have disputes over an estate.
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