I need help on resolving and closing out a guard ship of a minors estate. My sons father passed last January and the insurance company is giving me a hard time about getting the money left to him. I'm am his biological mother and his father and I were on and off at the time of death but weren't married. I have full custody of my son and I just want to know what would be the best way to go about things from here. I've been trying to get this resolved since last year.
CALL LOCAL BAR: I would not wait with this. I would call a local bar association for a referral to an attorney. In general the Bar Associations are your best bet for a referral. They know local lawyers and also want to help the public. Best of luck to you.
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Has the minor attained the age of majority? Was the guardianship for another reason other than age? Or is the only problem that the father has passed and they are just giving you difficulty? At the very least, you need to speak to a lawyer.
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