Hello and thank you for requesting me.Motions like that are for family law and not for Estate law
I was using a generic term for the motion, but generally, you would file a motion to enforce one way or another if the individual is simply not doing what needs to be done.where can I find an Estate attorney in Estate law who can do a single action to get the judge to enforce
May I recommend the GA Bar Referral programs - here
. The attorneys are vetted and qualified and the service is free. Then you can cross-reference the name(s) on www.avvo.com
for client reviews, Bar history, and metrics.
Doing this, you should be able to find an attorney you are confident with and whom you can trust, and who is available ASAP.and I pay him hourly or just for one action with a strategy in mind
This is negotiable
. Some attorneys may want an hourly fee, and some may want a flat fee - this depends on the attorney and you can ask several attorneys what their fee structure is, and, remember that you can negotiate.
Finally, a motion to the court is only one of several options, although the most severe. You may also have the attorney send a demand letter by certified mail, or, if the party is the appointed executor, threaten to try and have them be removed as executor for failure to do their duty, etc. Specifically what action is best depends on the attorney and the nuances of the matter at hand.IMPORTANT INFO
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