Q: Executor sold estate house to bro. Executor and 1 other brother got paid. So brother can flip house.
Leaving me and my 2 sons out of the what will states. More. 2 1/2 yrs. Had an attorney for 2 yrs, got all discovery, to then in 5 minutes got taken away because attorney wasn't filing subpoenas with court. Tried representing self,for now I'm in debt with fees. Between estate lawyer and executors other lawyer falsifying documents and getting away with it in court. I've pointed these things out to judge, me now getting threatened by the other 3 beneficiary, to drop it or they will seek legal on to me.. had all proof, but seems like judge doesn't look at all the issues I bring up. Cause their attorneys change it all up making me look like the bad person.Now I received in mail the tax bill on estate home , cuz it was getting returned because no mail delivery there. And that's how I just found out my brother is only name on deed. What do I do? Never opened estate account. There were several accounts.
It sounds like you already had an attorney that you fired/didn't pay? Without seeing ALL the paperwork and doing the research on this long case, it is impossible to provide any real guidance. I would suggest either going back to the attorney you had, or if you believe he did something improper (not just that you got ruled against!) you consult with a different local attorney who can look at all the paperwork and provide a real opinion on what you can do.
If there are no 'liquid assets' (eg -- there's a house but not a bank account) then the absence of an 'estate account' is not surprising or 'wrong' in any way. Tax bills don't necessarily indicate who actually owns the property. You need real legal advice and research here to provide guidance. Don't be 'penny wise and pound foolish' about this ... get representation to help you through the process!
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