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What does "I hereby request that my executor SERVE WITHOUT BOND IN AN UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION mean? Our family is very concerned since one brother coerced (aka lied and deceived) our mother to change executor and POA to himself...

Lawyer's Assistant: Can you tell me what state this is in? And just to clarify, what paperwork has been filed?

Minnesota. That statement is in her (3rd) will.

Lawyer's Assistant: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?

Her will.

Lawyer's Assistant: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?

I don't think so....thank you

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Lawyer: Loren, Attorney replied 8 months ago
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Lawyer: Loren, Attorney replied 8 months ago

My condolences for your loss.

"Without bond" means the estate does not to pay money to post a bond for the actions of the executor.
However-the Judge can require a bond in any case regardless of what the will requires.

The bond is basically an insurance policy to cover the administrator's malfeasance.

If you have objections to his appointment without bond then you can request a hearing before the court to express those objections and ask the court to either deny the appointment or allow it with the posting of a bond.

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