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My husband died 10/26/14, will left personal property to

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My husband died 10/26/14, will left personal property to sons I received 0.
I had an attorney, It cost me over $10,000 for their recovery, The home has a mtg 240,000 signed only by husband, deeded to me. The estate is ignoring mtg payments
I have paid since Nov 2015 1280.65, I have an Amendment to Prenup signed, notorized to pay me $2600.00 monthly for 5 yrs and it has not been addressed. I am running out of
money and time. I am 83 yrs old., and need help immediately.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Dwayne B. replied 1 year ago.

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