Don, Charles, and Fred Evans own property as tenants-in- common. Charles and Fred
each owns an undivided one-fourth interest in the property while Don owns the remaining
one-half interest. If Don Evans were to sell his half interest to Stanley Long, Mr.
Long would become a tenant-in-common with Charles and Fred Evans. If Mr. Long were
then to die so that his property passed to his four children, each of them would own
a one-eighth interest as tenants-in-common with Charles and Fred who would each continue
to own a one-fourth interest.