we had to take the poa to court to close my fathers estae she was told to sale the propety and the inventory it was all appraised in may 2013 well she did the property but not the inventory so she is in contempt now her and her lawyer is saying she did it on the day he died yet we have no copy of it and the lawyer said she submitted in april this is the same appraisal that was done in may one month later same totals he died aug 27 2010 and that she sold it all on his day of death can't i prove this to the judge by showing hin the appraiser date it was done and when court ordered to sale such stuff her lawyer sent us letters saying we could purchase such items when the poa knew it was all gone
If you have a dispute with the personal representative of the estate and have not been able to get it resolved, I suggest you hire your own Atty. who can look at the issues from your perspective and file with the Court whatever she/he believe ( if the atty. agrees with you) would substantiate you claim. Hopefully its not to late. I suggest you find counsel sooner than later.
Mr. Ezell's recommendation that you find an attorney is probably the most useful advice any of us on this site will be able to offer you. The fact pattern you have posted is jumbled and confusing. The power of attorney to which you refer would have terminated upon the death of the person granting such power. I rather suspect the Court gave you plenty of opportunity to provide evidence and prove your point. That you are asking for validation of a particular course of action but have not provided a clear context for such action and confusing POA with executor/administrator is further evidence of the need to hire an attorney. Additionally, there may be an issue of timeliness.
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Agreed with others--contact your own attorney who can help and figure out which is the best way to proceed--good luck.
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