My aunt, uncle( who is the administrator for my brothers and myself) myself and 3 brothers had a share in the family owned apartment building. It was sold and new ownership taken on November 21, 2017. My aunt and uncle were paid their share through escrow but myself and my brothers are still waiting for our share. It has been 15 months now with no resolution. I have called and emailed my uncles attorney on numerous occasions and have not received a response.
It sounds like you need an attorney to intervene and find out why you have not had your share.
November to February is not 15 months. I agree you may wish to retain counsel if you have been unable to determine the status of your interest.
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You have two problems here. You might need to probate a deceased parent's estate to be able to claim your share of the deceased parents ownership in the apartment building. Additionally, if there was a deceased parent, then your aunt/uncle didn't have authority to sell without court orders. You will really need to lawyer up on this.
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