Estate Law Questions? Ask an Estate Lawyer.
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Are you saying that you are the executor of the will, and your daughter's heirs are minors? And the court appointed someone to represent them?
Okay. So, you are the grandmother of your daughter's child; and the court appointed a custodian for the child. I suppose the Father your Daughter (your ex-husband) died. So, your ex-husband died and left moneys to your daughter and your grandchild, and the court appointed a custodian for your grandchild. Is that correct?
Yes. If you want to object to the probate of the will, or to object to the accounting, it is best to contact a local attorney to help you with the paperwork and appear for you in court.