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Q: Can i have my sister removed from ourparents house untill the will has been probated she is exsecator of the will

My parents will states there property and estate is to be split equally between me and my sister and ahe is is named to over see the will she is currently staying in my paremts house and was before they passes away to help them and i have recently found out that she is letting my nieces and there husbans that things and hide them and tell me that they were sold before my parents death and also told me i was allowed on the property my nieces said they were gonna take inventory of everything there and keep up with it and me and them do not get along and havent for a long time and they will not let me and my sister handle this between us can i also have them band from my parents property and having anything to do with the probate case

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Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: Was the Will Probated? If not, it means nothing. You may want to hire an attorney to Probate the Will, or possibly remove her as Executrix. Ultimately you can file for a

Sale for Partition of the real property.

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