The Disclaimer was rejected due to the 9-month rule. I filed a police report, but they refused to file charges. I retained an attorney and filed to Administer her Estate in Probate Court. The surviving spouse produced a Will and appointed himself as the Executor, he reported zero probatable assets. My attorney then sent a Request for Production of Documents. The surviving spouse submitted a partial Trust copy, but no Accounting. The surviving spouse submitted an Affidavit of Fiduciary Requesting Conclusion of Administration of Estate without requiring a Fiduciary’s Account, the Probate Judge ordered the Estate closed. The Estate should have been well over the $338,000 dollar amount requiring an Ohio Estate Tax Return, but none was filed in Probate Court. Here I am today.My mother died prior to 1-1-13. Another thing I would like to add is the surviving spouse (and his attorney) was served with a request for discovery after 3-months of being a court appointed legal representative. The surviving spouse did serve some documents which were didactic, but did not produce all the requested documents.
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