stats and now they told me I need this because the funeral director who performed the services cannot sign, when the application clearly states that they can sign and notarized if the original informant refuses or cannot be found.
You should meet with an experienced probate attorney in your area. The attorney can, as part of a probate proceeding, assist you in obtaining a court order to accomplish your objective.
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What are the facts? You will need to actually go see an attorney about this, one who does probate law in your county.
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