Mineral Springs, AR asked in Probate for Arkansas

Q: Can't get my car registration changed over due to my uncle not paying HIS lawyer. Probate is final through the court.

My uncle hired a lawyer on his own to appoint himself administrator of parents estate. My mom and aunt then hired a lawyer to petition against him. Judge appointed a unbiased administrator who just happens to be prosecuting attorney for county. The probate was final in court. The estate paid the administrator, but judge only ruled that 1000.00 of the 6500 that his attorney billed him from estate which he was given. So I love I'm Colorado and they said I can't get registered in my name due to probate not being "closed " because my uncle hasn't paid his attorney who only represented him by filing probates and at court hearing for petition against him being administrator. How can myself or estate be responsible for paying his personal attorney in which the estate paid him the money for what the judge allowed as reasonable?

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Don Spears
Don Spears
Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • Benton, AR
  • Licensed in Arkansas

A: Most states have what they call an affidavit of heir ship that you can fill out showing you as the heir. I am assuming that your uncle gave you the car by will?

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