waiting on inheritance the final probate court was done there was an objection but withdrawn does this mean updated paperwork before disbursment of funds takes place
There is no usual. It depends on a multitude of factors, especially whether the estate has cash or has to liquidate real estate or other assets.
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In Wisconsin probate can be a few months or up to a few years. Based on the limited facts you have provided it is not entirely clear where this estate is in the process. When a disbursement is received from the estate would depend on the nature of the asset- cash would be able to be distributed much more quickly than proceeds from the sale of a home. Typically the court will require a personal representative to show cause as to why an estate is not closed within 18 months, so if you are approaching that benchmark I would question why the estate still has not closed. It may be wise to consult with a competent probate attorney in Green Bay if it seems that there are unusual reasons as to why the estate remains open. The State Bar of Wisconsin offers some general information on the probate process which you may access by following the attached link. Good luck.
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