Thank you. This is most unusual
. Normally, if there IS NO WILL, then the Court will divide the estate based on family. See here:
Scroll down to "Who Gets What."
The whole point of the Will is to OVERRIDE these default division rules, and to leave the estate to whomever/whoever he wanted.
So if his will literally stated "share and share alike," this is very unusual as it does not do what the Will is supposed to do in the first place which is say WHO the estate goes to. If so, LIKELY the Court will go based on the default succession rule in the link
.can i withdraw any of the money and pay the rest of his funeral expense.
Normally, yes. However, the heirs
have to sign off on this. If they refuse, you'd have to seek permission from the Court, first. And he have a title loan on his truck i been paying on can i take some of the money and pay his truck off or do nothing with the money has 7 children's.
I am sorry, but the money you paid towards the truck would be seen as a gift. It is unlikely that you will be able to get any of that money back or lay claim for the truck.
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