to my knowledge no. He has also sent no paperwork to me for the past couple of years. I even tried to force something to be do by contacting another lawyer in the area for help. All he did was call my advising attorney and made it out like I was being greedy. My sister, who was my only immediate family member died in 2005 before jkmy mother. Her children were no longer in her custody and did not reply with any information to him. Leah Hunter, her daughter gave a bad address, and a phone number that was not hers. I even tried to call her and was told this was not her number. It was a friends, and she never called back.
the last contact I had with her was when I went to get my sister and her to attend my fathers funeral. Sharon had to get leah from another address and I was not let known where she or XXXXX XXXXXved. I had to drop them off at some unknown address to me. I mention I also did not have the best of relationships with Sharon. I did try when we attended the funeral but was led down a rosie path as she always did even with our mother.
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My sister lost custody of these children. How are they still entitled to anything and am I not entitled to be paid back for bills that I paid out of pocket and also paid double for such as the bill to the mauseleum. He even stated to me that if and since she lost custody of all of her children this changes the "game". His words not mine
I am appreciating your assistance even though I can see it will be limited. I have notified QVC, HSN, Shop NBC, and the bank I took a personal loan to pay off the funeral bill. I found that was not enough, but used these funds to pay off other bills in her name that if he was advising me, I would not be in this position. When I sold the house, I made sure the funeral bill was paid. In addition I found I have paid for the internment twice. Cash and the funeral home's listed billing. All the shopping channels are not helping a whole lot in getting me my info. I believe that they do not want to have to refund the estate. How much usually does the indepentant exec. claim for work done on the estate? He paid me $1000.00. Please help give me some guidance. The atty. who is ripping me off is not doing much!!
Thank you, Maureen XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX
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