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Mona my issue is i need to file an emergency exparte

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Customer: mona my issue is i need to file an emergency exparte restraining order and i need to file a mot to quash a writ of possession that was served today
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: i have been to court several times now. Ive got a court date on the 10th to probate the will of my deceased mother. she leaves me as the heir to the estate. i have had multiple strokes during the process of fighting w mort company. they appointed an attorney of the state to be the administrator of the estate. i filed my probate to over turn that ruling so that me and my family can stay in home. i was mislead Oct 26 at the hearing that i was singing a 30day stay to probate home or sell it in 30days. i did that. i found out that what i signed was an agreement stating id move out in 30days. i did not agree to that but he has a copy of my signature on the aggreement. he gave me a copy that i went by as the copy submitted that has written on it the aggrement i thought we had. when i found that out i immediately appealed it w in the 30days and filed the motion to probate. i did not have a doc verified and it was thrown out. today an writ was served giving me 24hrs to vacate. i was told i need to file those two motions to stay in house. i have court date of the 10th for the probate and rehearing date for the 15th.
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Submitted: 12 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 12 months ago.
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