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My mother's youngest son was awarded to be the executor of my deceased mother's house in which he lives there now. My older brother &myself are named as heir's, with a split of 1/3 each, can we force the executor to buy us out, especially since I have pancreatic cancer and my oldest brother is disabled and I am his power of attorney?
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Estate Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 1 year ago
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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
I just wanted to add he was able to obtain to become the executor by falsely claiming he didn't know where I was at, when he knew where I was living in the first place. I moved to GA again in July, 2014 exact date was July 18, 2014. He first took a petition out on me in court of a charge of domestic violence on July 23, 2014, in Cleveland, Ohio when I had moved to GA on July 18, 2014. He used my pass address which was my mother's home in Cleveland, Ohio. My mother passed away in Cleveland, Ohio on October 10, 2013 without a will. To avoid my family members to not become violent with him, I moved my family to GA. Her son had pushed me a couple of times and the police was called, but he left by the time the police came, he had completely ruined my life with threats of violence so I left cause I didn't want no violence to take place and I didn't want my grandson to get into any trouble. I had left several items of personal property there because it could not fit in my car, I was going to return to get it later but he broke into the house and changed the locks and just filed papers this year to become the executor when he was denied the first time he took me to court in 2014, I was at that hearing. I am tired of all this trouble, and I just want to recoup some of my money I put in that house when my mother was living and Kevin Farris was living in his own apartment. I don't trust him for all of the past things he have done, and he pushed my older brother down the steps in which he became paralyzed, I am his power of attorney. I now have pancreatic cancer and cannot work, that is why both me and my brother want the house either sold or for him to buy us both out, can that be done?
Estate Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 1 year ago

Hello my friend. There was some issue with my being able to accept your phone call so if you call Customer Service I think they'll be able to resolve it for you. I can help you on here until then if that would help.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
I need a lawyer for Cuyahoga Probate Court since that is where my mother lived and died without a will, but I live in Georgia now. I cannot use a Georgia lawyer so we might as well cancell this transaction now. Thank you for your time
Estate Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 1 year ago

That's fine. Best of luck to you. If I can help you with anything in the future please don't hesitate to reach out. I'm Olivia.

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