How do I need to proceed?
1 attorney answer
It sounds like there is a lot going on here. If you have been appointed the personal representative of your grandmother's estate, the facility should speak with you. If you have provided them with a certified copy of the letters testamentary you were given by the court and they are still not communicating with you, it may be necessary to hire an attorney who specializes in probate administration and litigation. There are often time limits in situations like this, so I would not delay in calling around to some probate attorneys in your area.
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