Akron, OH asked in Probate for Michigan

Q: Sis-executor, 2 bro beneficiary s and me youngest bene. we had realtor put house for sale. 2 weeks later , bro took sign

Down ,$40,000 of inheritence put in. without out me on board said his worker moving . To rent but guess has 16 mon to get loan. I still haven't read agreement,and my bro paid her rent for ,16 month. Up front ..what's that about. I don't trust these ,my executor left him in charge now of house I guess Have ask over10 for contract. Won't let me. House $159,900 when realor.nOnly listed in probate $113.000. I'm not happy with these ,3 siblings. . I've ask for accounts. Cuz she had her and my mom on one account. Then sister has atogether with my my dad , who past 10 months prior. Life insurance. She did bills for both on that one. Not cool. they are not talking to me cuz I want to read agreement . Oh theyd laugh the way to bank.

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Trent Harris
Trent Harris
Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • Jackson, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Your best bet would be to call a qualified probate attorney in the area where your parents last lived before they passed. Pay for a consult. The background provided here is difficult to decipher and it's difficult to give advice given this limited information.

Tim Akpinar and Kenneth V Zichi agree with this answer

Kenneth V Zichi
Kenneth V Zichi
Answered
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Howell, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: I’m not sure exactly what your question is but I concur it sounds like you should be consulting with a local probate attorney ASAP.

‘Fiduciaries’ like personal representatives need to act in the best interest of the ESTATE and not any one heir. Get that local advice!

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