An attorney has done some very wrongful acts towards me in a probate case that I should have never been in because I am alive and not "deceased" which I am listed in the probate case. First, My property was included in a probate case which it should have never been in anyway. I was in the process of pulling out a loan against my property and paying off property taxes that I owed which would come off the top of the loan but now that my property is in litigation it prevented me from pulling out the loan against the property. Now, my property is under more litigation because it is being pursed by an attorney on a tax foreclosure which I may now lose my property because I am unable to pay the property taxes. The case now says "document disposal action" which is an admission that this case should have never been a case. What claims/damages do I have?
This post is quite puzzling because it’s not common for people to be having their property probated when they are not deceased. It’s certainly not possible to tell whether anyone actually did you actionable harm.
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