Q: "Will" probated in 2017 norfolk county MA. Wife terminated their estate lawyer to stealing/hiding funds. What to do?
Eldest child 30 yr long criminal h/o not involved in family started coming around. Slowly manipulated mother english only spoken reading minimal. Began causing conflict against the youngest. Identity theft other crime reason father clear to keep eldest away knew she would steal money if gained access Manipulated mother to steal ~400 grand to purchase eldest house under fraudulent reality trust using diff name w/ aid of 2 lawyers 1 is eldests boss. 6 mnths after passing eldest able to convince mother to terminate original family lawyer lots of money started going missing. Youngest Noticed behavior of others suspicious random personal bank accts opened but the original revocable trust act only has $10. When caught they used bribery/threats to not report them didnt wrk now turned physical.Police no help! What to do? No money cut off to prevent hiring lawyer just want father will wishes followed Clear if you steals or challenge his will removal forfeit all rights. wife says all her money
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