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The money that I am entitled to right now is the net income and 500.00 per month from the principal. The net income right now comes from a payment my uncle was making to my grandmother each month and now that she has passed it goes to the trustee. My grandmother passed away on the 13th and my uncle made his payment within a few days of this but we are not sure it was before she passed. Someone must have forged her signature because according to this 4th amendment we knew nothing about she was unable to sign her name at all in November 8 months prior to her passing away. A company that was providing home care for her that was paid a week in advance cleaned out her checking account right after she passed away. Am I entitled to copies of the billing statements from this company?
I told the trustee they had done that while in town for her memorial service. His response was that health care in these situations is very expensive. I said, it was very expensive but she still paid them a week in advance and they still needed to refund her for that week as opposed to going into her account and cleaning it out. The first bill he paid was to another attorney and the second bill he paid was to the same company for 3300.00.
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