We have been to court the judge put a $65,000 bond on the assets but my sisters are acting like there isn't anything to be shared. The assets could only be sold if all three of us singed a legal document and where supost to split it three ways. I don't know what I steps I need to take in order to claim what is mine. Do I have a case??
Step number one: Hire a probate lawyer.
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This is a probate question, not a criminal law question. I'm sendin this over to that section. Hopefully they can help.
This is not a criminal matter. You need to speak to a probate lawyer about this. I will hangs the practice area.
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Executor. You need to retain a probate attorney.
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