My father passed away, and my sister is the only one with access to the will. My sister is one who cannot be trusted. Is there a way to freeze all assets of the estate until the will is filed, to avoid the sister from liquidating the estate to avoid sharing with the other 2 sisters. We are in Michigan.
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My name is Don Rosenberg myself and my firm specialize in probate. You need to retain an attorney to protect your interests. You can also file a petition for probate administration prior to your sister. If you are appointed first or brings this to court first you may be able to control the process.
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