Q: My deceased fathers girlfriend is claiming his property. As his independent administrator how do i retrieve it?
She changed ALL locks after dad died. I have personal property on the premises as well and have also stayed there. The land lord is turning a blind eye and attempting to be uninvolved because the building is now up for sale anyway. I need to gain access and retrieve HIS AND MY things.
Additionally me and my immediate family have spent monies and toiled because we have been denied this property, for my dads own memorial services and more.
His ex girlfriend has attempted to put out a false no stalking order on my mom and brother and possibly me. She stole my fathers computer and has possibly generated a fake lease (possibly back dated before my fathers death) which i believe she is using whenever i show up to the residence with police and try to get his property, 3 times so far.
A: Because of the resistance being made the only way to legally move this girlfriend out of the way is to open a probate estate and have yourself or a family member appointed administrator of the estate. That way you will have the court's authority to take possession of your dad's property, which you would be ordered to do, without interference from anyone.
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