The executer is hard to get along with and it is difficult to get any information from her. She is not keeping anyone informed about what she has spent . She also doesn't involve anyone else in discions that she makes. Can she do that?
Well, if she is trustee she does not have to involve anyone else, but you are entitled to copies of the documents you are requesting to determine if things have been handled properly. If the will was probated the will is likely on file in the county probate office where the deceased resided at death. You should consider reviewing the situation with your own lawyer to determine your rights to information and what steps, if any, you want to take in court if you don't get a good answer.
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If the estate is "unsupervised administration" then she can take many actions without court approval, let alone the approval of all other devisees/beneficiaries. However, you have every right to (1) demand an accounting from her as executor; (2) demand an accounting from her as Trustee; and (3) convert the estate administration to SUPERVISED at any time. Good luck.
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