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Asked on: 2/15/11, 11:09 am


I have a question regarding my mother who is now 85 years old. She had a will written up in which my brother was listed as the executor of the will and my sister as the co-executor. My mother is not a wealthy person and has 2 properties in Florida. This is basically 95% of her estate and retirement investment. My sister a few years back talked my mother into signing a quit claim deed which signed the properties over to my sister. This was done with no knowledge of the transaction to any of the other family members. Is there any ethical laws that say my sister should notify the family or even my brother as executor of the will being the she was co-executor?


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