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You have no duty to continue paying the expenses of the estate, those payments should come from the estate funds. If you are due money you may pursue your demand through the court if the PR and the attorney are seeking to delay payment from proceeds of a house sale that may never occur and you can get the court to order them to pay you out of the existing trust funds.Unfortunately, if your payment exhausts all of the estate funds, someone will then have to pay taxes to maintain the house until it is sold, so that is another consideration for you to make in deciding how you want to proceed and you may want to take only 1/2 of what you are due now and then the remainder when the house sells so you can make sure the estate has enough assets to maintain the house to get it sold.
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