Are there any privacy/privilege laws that would prevent me from doing this? Do I have to get the executor of the estate's permission?
Lemon Law Attorney
A subpoena is under the authority of the court. If you have a court case that is ongoing, then you can subpoena records...
Criminal Defense Attorney
Answer: yes. There are laws which prevent you from doing that, unless you have a court case as was previously mentioned.
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