preemptive lawsuit?

preemptive lawsuit?
I was advised to file a preemptive lawsuit and injunction — possibly a trespass to try title. I do not know exactly what this means. I have been living in a house owned by my mother for the past 3 1/2 years and was asked to move in 30 days. There was no rental agreement or anything else. My father told me I could live in the house and make it my own. He died in 2007 and my mother has remarried. I believe the marriage has had something to do with it. Obviously the new husband doesn’t want me living in this house I’ve spent so much money on. I have 13,000$ worth of reciepts where bit by bit, I have replaced everything down to the electrical in this house and now I’m supposed to move in 30 days. I have no where to go and cannot get a loan to purchase a new house.

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  1. Re: preemptive lawsuit?
    You may have a case. You should consult with a real estate attorney who does litigation and discuss ALL of the facts. You may not need an injuction unless you are served with eviction papers.

    Cheryl Rivera Smith
    The Smith Law Firm
    11660 Creek Point Drive
    Frisco, TX 75035-8278

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