My mother was found dead in the floor with phone im hand. My 2 sisters said she was doing great.i got the police report to discover that was a lie too.I have been to prosecutors office. He tells me this civil. The police, even motions to judge,including 4 different lawyers. The will states divide evenly, share and share alike. Their are 4 heirs. All adults .. last paragraph of Moms will states if youngest is juvenile older sister takes over. The youngest is 50.So doesn't that revert back to paragraph 3? Divide evenly share and share alike. She told me to my face I would get nothing, my brother too. Again I've gone through 4 lawyers. NO RESULTS. Her lawyer is an x judge of Kenton county ky. Why is this allowed to continue? She sold my moms 5bdrm 3 full bath house for $136,000. How?
Agree with attorney Halloran. First question-- was the Executor failing to fulfill his/her responsibilities. If so an action to force an accounting and for the removal of the Executor would be appropriate. BUT with FOUR attorneys on the case, it seems unlikely. Please contact a reputable probate attorney who can objectively assess the situation. Good luck!
You have had 4 lawyers file motions in the probate court and have had no results? That sounds highly unlikely. You need competent estate/probate counsel to review the will and the estate filings and determine what, if anything, you are entitled to, and then file the appropriate motions with the court and have a hearing on the estate and division of estate assets. My partner does this type of work, as do many in NKY. Get someone good, pay them to handle it, and hopefully you have good results.
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