Q: I have petitions for full guardian/conservatory of my mother's estate in Wayne County.I live & work in DC I need help!
I was informed by physician at Mama's rehab center to get full guardian/conservatory petitions. After a lot of work and headache, I have both petitions. The problems have not been reduced. An inventory form is due within 56 days. I am on 30 days. Where do I go for help now? Eldercare and free advice has gotten me to this point. What happens if my inventory form is not complete? I asked for an extension a few weeks ago. I was denied. I live and work in DC. I plan to return to Detroit in the middle or end of October. The form is due Oct. 4. Do I have to get a probate lawyer in that county to do this work now?
Absolutely yes, you need to hire a Wayne County attorney to help.
You should have done that from the start, but it is never too late.
Look here for someone with offices in Wayne County who is familiar with that court's requirements
as they are generally NOT the same as those in the rest of the state, and it helps to gt someone who knows
what the Court will be looking for!
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