You can obtain a copy of the will,,as well as everything else filed with the courts, once probate is opened and there are filings to review.What can I do on his behalf? How can I legally obtain a copy of the will and once in possession can I file it
into probate court on sons behalf? , Or is that even possible without a will being filed in probate court?
If the home is in her name, unless it was owned as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, he cannot sell the home until probate is opened.Selling her home, liquidating her assets
oh I see. But does it not seem he is violating state filing laws?If the home is in her name, unless it was owned as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, he cannot sell the home until probate is opened.
He cannot legally liquidate her assets either
The problem is there is very little you can actually do unless probate is opened.
Who is he to release it to? Until her estate is administered, nobody actually has a right to claim it.he already refuses to release any of her property claiming it is all packed up(?) Packed up to go where? Her son is an only child. The mother met this gook online playing a game and then moved him into her home.