Hialeah, FL asked in Probate for Florida

Q: How do I get my money from probate estate released to me?

My father died when I was young I was suppose to get the money at 18 but my mother ask the court for guardianship of the estate they granted it but said for me to come back to terminate it now shes unreachable I'm 21 and I dont know how to get my money. My mother is the guardian of the estate and now she is unreachable. I havent been able to get into contact with her for the last 2 months. She needed to sign a paper and it was the last step to getting the money released but she didn't. Her lawyer has also not been able to contact her so now her lawyer says she has to drop the case. What can I do to get the money released?

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Jennifer Isaksen
Jennifer Isaksen
Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • Bushnell, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: It's hard to say without reviewing the documents that have already been filed, but the Judge should be able to hear the matter and make a decision to terminate the guardianship. You will need to hire an attorney to assist you. Best of Luck! Jennifer

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