My mother left me her coin collection in her will. Coin collection was kept for years in a safe. The exact will verbiage is “all of the coins in the safe”. The last month she was alive, the safe had to be emptied and moved to another room. Some of the coins never made it back to the safe but are in a drawer. Executor says “you can only have the coins in the safe, not the ones in the drawer.” Mother had no idea the coin collection got separated. What do I do to get the rest of the coins?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Hire an attorney to assist you in clearing up the mess within the probate case.
I disagree with the PR interpretation. You will need the court to rule.