If a person cons their father into changing a will because they convinced him they could be trusted but then Turned around in the same month and stole over $80K from a secured spot for their own gain and told the probate lawyer to defend the will in court and the lawyer found out about the theft and yet continues to defend the beneficiaries after a new will had been destroyed the year my father died by the afformentioned beneficiaries ?
State/Country relating to question: Wisconsin
3 times lawyers (2 of them probate lawyers) one was a municipal judge but retired to boot
This is an information request not an answer. Have you already brought this to the attention of the court in a motion, objection or petition? If you spoke with three lawyers already why haven't you got an answer?
Probate has the new will now I have made it a point to try to get the group of 5 to do the right thing there is an almost completed criminal investigation into the wrongdoing and charges are soon to be filed 2 felonies each and capital murder I was trying to get the 2 lawyers to walk away they are stuck on defending the 5 my father did not pay the lawyer to defend fraud how do i proceed with probate the estate is reopened?
You are looking for probate procedures in which county in Wisconsin?Attorney241101.9473100694
Ok let me get you some info on Racine Wisconsin.
Depending on whether it is formal or informal there is different information. Here is the procedures for informal http://www.co.kenosha.wi.us/clerkcourt/probate_guide05.pdf It says Kenosha but this is the State law.
I hope that helps.
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