Q: Probate Court Gordon County
I filled this Caveat with Gordon County probate Court I did this with information from the internet .. My mother died my evil sister made her sign a will all it said is everything is my sisters .. My mom would have never done this , A\ll the family members agree and have exabits in what I filled... I know where the real will is but can not say anything in fear of my sister destroying it. I need help need to know what comes next and if this goes to jury trial I need real help.. There is also the issue of the funeral home cremating my mothers body without my approval .... my sister forged my name on the paper work , at least she thought she did, she was so drunk she signed my dead fathers name ...Judge has scheduled a hearing June 23rd . How do I ask the court to get my moms computer out of her house??? My sister is living in my moms house . The computer has the original will on it . How can I get the court to get this computer with out raising a red flag to my sister ,I think she m
A: First, a computer cannot contain an original will. It might contain a copy of an original will, but an original will is the actual one signed by your mother. As for your other questions, it takes a lot of evidence to overcome a will. You will need an attorney to make your case for you. These cases usually cost thousands of dollars and you should consult with a lawyer about this matter.
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