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Your post is a little confusing. Please clear up for me which party was appointed the executor by the court, your friend or the other party? How long ago and has the probate been closed?
the police are involved. they are the ones who initially went into the house at the request of the post office., the deceased had not picked up his mail for 2 weeks, so they contacted the authorities, they also took photos of each room ( even the bedroom where he was found.
I feel the step brother deserves to answer for the way he handled this. Stealing not only from a dead man but. for the way he took it upon himself to have the man cremated before contacting his son. It is a sad situation to say the least.
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