The box on the form Petition of Removal of Personal Rep is marked
"in the best interest of the estate", & is contested by Interested Parties.
The PR is a sibling appt by the Parent who passed. There has been history
of jealously between the siblings w/ one sibling living free/ clear in mom's home.
There is nothing in Will that states he is allowed to remain in the home, only his
sense of "entitlement" & "sense of established residency".
The PR has tried to go thru Eviction process, only the sibling has now filed
Petition to have PR removed. So now the Eviction has been postponed until
the Hearing of Removal takes place. The PR has done nothing wrong except
only in the sibling's "point of View". Is not getting along w/ siblings a good
enough reason for removal? Time is lost
I agree that you should review this with your attorney. This is not the kind of thing you can handle in court on your own. Since you appear to be represented by counsel, that is the best you can do. The rest is up to the judge.
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