The home in Pennsylvania was bought by a man from New Jersey for his son. After the son’s engagement, the families got to know each other better over a barbecue. Because the OP’s family wasn’t “their kind of people,” the bride’s family decided not to invite them to the wedding, which led to tension between the two families.
Anxious, the OP’s family abruptly exited the meeting. The son informed the OP after the wedding that the bride’s family had rejected them because they were evil. The OP went to Pennsylvania to see his son after a week of deliberation, but he was surprised to see the bride and her family living there without his knowledge.
Out of anger, the OP gave them 30 days to vacate the property or threatened to sell it. The son’s father was informed by the bride that the house belonged to him. This led to a disagreement, during which the OP highlighted his son’s rent-free living condition and severed ties because his family felt ignored.
A large number of readers agreed with the OP and encouraged him to consult an attorney. Should the OP have been able to remove his son and the bride’s family?