Q: Sister passed, no will. Limited assets. I hired an attorney in Florida since I am out out state and let her know the
potential problem of one sibling/beneficiary. This was to be a simple summary, but brother here in Ohio likes the court scene with over 59 cases and will argue anything, true or not. It is costing me more and I may need to drop out mainly attorney fees are now $295.hr. shared this with the attorney, but haven't heard back yet. I am concerned about the $3500+ I paid so far. The only asset to pay the attorney extra, would be to sell the car. If brother isn't willingly ( just to be spiteful) Can the judge over ride it, allow car to be sold? Brother has a long court documented history of this, & when our mother passed, he (mis) handled her estate We had no access to her house for 5 months/ by then all her bank statements, everything was gone. Like she didn't exist/ life insurance was cancelled ( younger brother was appointed to handle it) He took everything from the rest of us, plus we paid the balance of att, fee/$2400. I feel the need to write the court. Bad idea? Doesn't matter?
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