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I have not filed a probate case as the way the will read, I did not think I had to, it was only the items in the house, and the outbuilding, and yes I have considered selling the house, but until I can I do not want it to sit empty, to get run down. I was going to rent it to my son for 600.00 a month, I at least know he would take care of it, and I even offered Mike 1/3 of the rent money, when I did not have to do as I own 1/2 of it, Mike has always gotten everything he wants and yess he thinks I got a large check, almost all of it went towards my mothers funeral, plus my mother and I had a joint checking account together and he thinks there was lots of money thereand there wasn't. As I said I had been paying out of my own pocket, and I only get 1031.00 a month and I get medicaid and 50.00 in food stamps, I was investigated by them, showing my bank accounts and they want it to be rented or sold.
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Thank you very much so much for advice.
Already knew all of what he said could be done in selling of house, was told in Jan by an attorney.
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