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no spouse no children. I am it and living in new York city ready to go to florida.
Hi. are you still working on it? I sent you a 2nd question earlier. is there a possibility of expediting this summary administration?
nice job. clearly explained but this part - summary administration (also I believe florida statues say for property under 40000 the fee is 1500 dollars and gets rated upwards). I am the sole nephew. the liens are for the condo association atty, taxes, water etc. nothing had been paid the last year and a half. they come out to 13000 which I am willing to pay but I also want to move in immediately. How can I expedite this?
as I stated earlier we just found out about it and just visited the place. It needs work but we can do that. The probate lawyers says I cannot move in till 6 months. Is there not a way I can pay him and move in? The condo association already let me have the keys....
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