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He Cannot Obtain Any Portion Of The Life Insurance Proceeds OR Account That Only You And Your Mother Jointly Owned. He Can Request Information Re Your Use Of The Credit Cards But As Long As You Used ThEm For Your Mothers BEnefit You Did Nothing Wrong And Have No Reason FOr Concern. You Can Request Any Information From Him That Is Relevant To Your Mothers Estate
I have letter into the creditors for settlement payoffs... Im. in the process of taking care of the bills. If there paid what good would this do my brother to spend the money to sue me?
Maybe not all CC was used for the benefit of my mother but it was never my intention not to pay for my bills. I have already asked the creditors for pay off settlements after they confirm there is no probate. I have started this process before my brother made any threatening actions towards me. So with that I believe I'm showing good faith in taking care of the bills. Im not sure what steps to take next.
Not sure what to expect but it sounds like a long costly ordeal for my brother if he decided to file.... But I will keep paying off the bills and see what questions I will have for you later as this plays out. Thank You!
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