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They tell us we need a death cert. No we can not move in. Grand kid from other family lives there. She tells them they can't take the stuff, she goes to work, comes home and the things are gone, call the police and they say civil matter. Over weekend they took a back-hoe, called the police, civil matter!!
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Darlene again, Is it trespassing when we are his heirs. The kids from his 2nd marriage are the ones taking everything. They came with his 2nd wife, No Blood or Adoption. She died 2 years ago. Can we pad lock the place up till we can get a administrator appointed ?
Darlene again, The Granddaughter ( no blood to my father ) from 2nd marriage has a hand written paper, stating that in the event that my dad and his second wife would die together then everything would go to her. but his second wife has been deceased for three years. she is to go have that paper probated today, what does that actually mean. and what are our rights because we still do not have a administater of his estate. is it to late to still get this done, even though she has that piece of paper.
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