You need your own lawyer. The lawyer for the estate represents the Personal Rep as fiduciary. If you think the fiduciary has breached his or her duty, then you need to hire your own lawyer to flush that out and take action. The PR"s lawyer will not help you do this and only may have a duty to disclose bad things along these lines in extreme circumstances, and that would be to the tribunal more so than to you, depending on the nuances of state ethics laws. Bottom line, hire your own lawyer for this.
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I agree with Mr. Kalamaros that you should get your own lawyer to advise you on this matter.
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