Often, the probate process can take much longer than most people think.
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You are entitled to accounting of your fathers estate if you are a beneficiary of his estate.
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Many community bar associations sponsor community programs for those that cannot afford an attorney. For example, St. Petersburg Bar Association created the Community Law Program to provide legal services on specific areas of law to those that can't afford to hire an attorney. See if Daytona does not offer a similar service. Call the clerk of the probate court to see if you get some help in this matter.
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If you are concerned that your brother, in his role as executor of your father's estate, is not acting properly, you need to consult with a local attorney. There are not enough details here to provide you with any detailed suggestions.
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