Maidens, VA asked in Probate for Nebraska

Q: I was informed when my father passed 2 plus years ago that me and my 2 siblings were to get part of his Inheritance

My aunt is the executor of my grandfathers will. My father never created a will before passing and was married to his 3rd wife out of Texas at the time of his death. He was to gain an inheritance from his father divided by 4 Of his siblings. Everyone has received their inheritance, including the wife he was married to, except for his 3 biological kids. How can I find out the state of this matter? The aunt refuses to give us any information who is/was the executor, My grandfather lived in Nebraska, my father lived in Texas at the time of death. I live in Virginia, siblings are in Florida and Ohio. I have no information on the amount we were to get and what attorney was handling my grandfathers estate . Any information would be wonderful to get to the bottom of this. Thank you in advance.

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Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
  • Omaha, NE
  • Licensed in Nebraska

A: You could start by contacting the clerk of the probate court of where your father deceased to see if there is a probate court case number under his name and date of death.

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