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Q: My 77 y/o neighbor I believe is being scammed. Involving WalMart cards and money gram. Who can help her? 29582

She received "postal money orders for 3k, she was to cash and send $300.00 keep the balance. She recently sent $200.00 towards $2500.00 needed to release funds of 80k held in ApexCreditUnion.US. I'd like to find someone to help her.

Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin answered on Nov 4, 2019

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Q: My dad died Monday and my sister says she doesn't know who the executor of the will is. How do we find out.

Who is the executor of the will? The will is in my sister's hands but she won't open it. Or says she cannot. How do we find out who the executor is? Her name is on the checking account and she is being very sneaky holding back on information.

Richard Winblad
Richard Winblad answered on Dec 5, 2018

Read the Will. I don’t practice in your state. But states allow an interested person to file a probate and require the production of the will.

See an attorney in your state.

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