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Tha only reason I question the allocation of these funds is that PERS made it sound rather simple and that her estate is huge even without these funds so I guess i'm being a little selfish. You mention getting a VERY experienced Family Law Attorney. Do you think an Estate Attorney would be more helpful? Honestly, I'm not going to pursue this @ great expense especially if the outcome is unlikely to be favorable for me. Its just that I could use the income and her estate is rather large and the heirs are mostly all wierd. Thank you for your assistance.
Thank you. That's undoubtedly a better approach.
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