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When the owner passed away, all his assets, including anything that he owned in the LLC, are now in his estate under the supervision of his executor. So the girlfriend has no legal claim to anything at this point as the estate owns the property. So you can simply ignore her demands because she has no legal standing to do anything at all, much less evict you from a property that she doesn't own. Only the executor could terminate your tenancy and evict if you were in breach of the lease in some way.
If you wanted to get an attorney to send her a "cease and desist" letter, I would suggest a real estate law or even an estate law attorney as he could explain to her that she has zero rights to do anything at this point and any further contact will be considered harassment with you taking formal legal action against her both civilly and criminally.
As an aside, in addition to being an attorney, I have also been a landlord for over 26 years...