what is a lawyer supposed to do when there are eight heirs for an ihheritance and two heirs wont sign to approve the rightfor the want to be administrator to distribute funds?
2 Answers from Attorneys
An estates lawyer would know how to counsel the client on the options in a situation like that. Each of the heirs should consult with lawyers to determine their options.
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