Re: Father's Life Estate and My Rights
you don't have to do anything. From what you said, it's the lawyers land so he gets to deal with them. In fact, you have no right to do anything about them.
To evict the horse boarders and to dismantle and sell the portable corrals I would need roughly 60 days to do so (30 day notice to the boarders and 30 days to dismantle and sell the portable corrals).
as to the private property on the land; that would be included in your fathers estate and sold to pay bills or distributed as a will or intestate succession directs.
the name of the attorney should be available by looking at the deed for the property that is registered at the county office that records deeds.
What kind of rights to I have to stay at this propery for 60 days?
unless you apply to be personal representative, executor, or administrator of his estate; none. Once you establish yourself as one of those, you have the rights afforded the appointee of whatever position you end up having.
What about any rights I have to sell my dads possessions that are on the property?
especially due to the business situation and the life estate situation, you need to consult with a local attorney that can review the specifics of your situation and help guide you through this.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.