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I've been working on getting a relative's estate in order, but I've discovered a real Catch-22 situation. The property has to be sold to pay the debts. I did a judgment search on my own at the County Clerk's office and discovered 2 judgments which added together exceed the value of the estate, this doesn't include outstanding medical and funeral bills. The estate attorney says the property can't be sold until the judgments are settled, but there's no money. What should be done in this situation?