If your family member or loved one has died and you think there’s a problem with how their belongings are being dealt with, you should contact a lawyer. You may think that your loved one wasn’t of sound mind when they made the will. You may be concerned that an Executor is dealing with the Estate in a way not consistent with the deceased’s wishes. You may have reason to expect to be provided for in a will, but have received nothing. A lawyer can help you with all of these problems.
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