How would you do ANY of this without an attorney? CAN you do this? Sure. What are your chances of winning without an attorney? Maybe 5-10%. That is if the daughter does not have her own attorney and you are simply all arguing in court. In order to get done what you want to, you are going to need a very good probate litigation attorney.
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I absolutely agree with Mr. Frederick. The only sensible way to untangle this mess is with experienced probate counsel in your county.Ask a similar question