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You will most likely need the assistance of an estate attorney to make sure you do this correctly.

BruceM


The lawyer who handled my FIL's estate has been contacted. I expected that it wouldn't be difficult to obtain court order to allow me to manage her bills. The lawyer quickly crushed that expectation. Probate for my father was in a different state and much easier.
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