Q: Do I need a lawyer after I signed a paper work in 2017 due for my sister to be an administrator because I nearly died ?
My mom died as well in 2017 and she had filed a lawsuit in 2014 and we had to show proof that she was our mother , so if something were to happen that we take over and what ever she would be receiving the money would be split between us . Sadly she passed and it went dormant for years until my fiance made movements for us. She has failed to realize what an administrator means and she cut me off completely. I’m not 100% . I have no contact with her and the lawyer never called back when my sister claimed she would re add me to speak and I called and it was up to her but she really never called them. What are my rights ? Can I speak to the judge ? I need a lawyer ?
A: I'm sorry for your family's loss. It would probably be better for an attorney who practices in the Probate & Estate Planning areas to offer guidance to you. The question is posted under Civil Litigation, and that's probably why it wasn't picked up. The issues you describe usually fall outside the scope of most general civil litigation attorneys. You could try reposting and adding the additional categories, or reaching out to attorneys who practice in that area. Good luck
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