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Your solution is to file a Motion to Remove Administrator/Executor in the court where the case is pending.
You can argue that his delay has caused the estate to incur additional expenses, etc.
However, failing to keep the heirs notified isn't really a reason to remove him so don't put too much emphasis on that. His duty is to the court and the estate, not the heirs.
Are you there?
Yep, so, you're saying that until the real estate is divided, he is still PR?
The reason I mention the heirs notification is, that he filed a lien on the property now in probate for legal fees for these appeals. He removed it when asked for receipts of payment. . . .he also told me that no one ever asked him what was going on.