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Moving an executor of an...
Moving an executor of an estate.
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Customer: Removing that is.
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Customer: I'm the heir and the executor is step mother.
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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Thanks. Sorry for the delay.
Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Still there?
Estate Lawyer: Dwayne B., Attorney replied 1 year ago

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
its on my phone. Want to do it on computer.
Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Ok. My father died in January. My sister and I are his only children. He has two grandkids, my kids. My dad's wife was appointed excecutor of his will. He gave his estate to his wife and my two kids. His wife refuses to reply to my emails about his remains and personal effects and anything. Can I remove her as executor?
Estate Lawyer: Dwayne B., Attorney replied 1 year ago

Ok. You can enter your question anytime you like and I will respond. Occasionally I will be working with someone else and it may take a few minutes to get back with you so please be patient. I will be online until tonight sometimes so we should be able to get your matter resolved today.

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Estate Lawyer: Dwayne B., Attorney replied 1 year ago

When you say she was appointed executor, do you mean she was appointed by the court?

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Hi. My dad's will made her executor and made me the successor executor. For various reasons, since my dad passed away, she has been furious at me and won't reply to my emails about dealing with his cremated remains and personal effects. By her lawyer, I'm told that she won't do anything helpful until the 120 day will challenge is finished. There are long-shot will challenge issues too.
Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Could we move faster if I paid for the "call me" option?
Estate Lawyer: Dwayne B., Attorney replied 1 year ago

But did she file to be executor with the court and was then appointed by the judge? Many people come to the website and state that someone is the executor when, in reality, they were just named as the executor in the will but the judge never appointed them.

No, I don't do telephone calls. I can opt out and open this up to the other experts, some of those may take telephone calls.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
She is named in the will. It's my dad's wife. She is just being very difficult and won't reply to any of my requests. I'm my dad's son / heir and parent / guardian of two named beneficiaries in the will.
Estate Lawyer: Dwayne B., Attorney replied 1 year ago

If she has not actually been named as the executor by the court then she isn't the executor yet. That means she doesn't actually have the authority to do anything with the assets or the debts of the estate and the proper route to take is to hire your probate lawyer and have them apply to open a probate and have you appointed as the executor of the estate. She can then, if she chooses, hire her own lawyer and apply to be the executor but at that point everything is under the oversight of the court.

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