How do i request the court to remove a personal representative in Maryland?
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The caveat proceeding is separate and apart from any Petition seeking her removal as PR. There are numerous statutory grounds justifying removal, and it's possible that her conduct falls within those grounds. You should consult the attorneys handling the caveat proceeding - if you do not have attorneys for that, you should obtain one.
If you have proof that your aunt is exceeding the bounds of her authority as special administrator, you can and should be filing an action to remove her, a petition for an interim accounting, and/or a petition for an order to show cause for such relief. If you have not yet engaged an attorney, you probably should at this point, as these filings are not on standard forms and are likely beyond your areas of expertise. Best wishes.
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