Probate and estate administration is an area that is fraught with complexity and formality. An attorney who works in this area is worth every penny and can guide you, providing peace of mind while producing superior and quicker outcomes for you.
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The best avenue is to retain counsel to assist you in the administration of the estate insofar as it has been 90 days and nothing, to your knowledge, has been "done".
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It is not clear that your question is consistent with what occurs in probate cases, all the more indicating a need for an attorney to guide you. If there are assets in the estate, especially since you have already initiated things, I anticipate you can find a local, experienced probate attorney to assist you without substantial expense up front. Be prepared to show what is expected to come from the estate and how quickly those funds can be realized.
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