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Subject: Re: A nightmare of epic proportions Date: 10/12/2006 11:49 PM
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My condolences to you and your family.

Thank you.

If a lawyer will be involved in settling the estate, you can ask him what will happen. I suspect some assets will be protected. Are you the executor for the estate?

He didn't leave a will, so we're just sort of winging it as far as his "estate" is concerned. I have no idea who the executor would be in the event that no will exists. I assumed my mother would be the executrix.
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