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How do I get a Personal Representative to hold up their end of a will’s terms?

Posted on Mon Nov 16, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

From our “Ask a Question” Mailbag: Pushing Along the New Jersey Estate Personal Representative

Most Recently Updated July 26, 2018.

“My Mom’s will says that all estate money is divided equally between her children. The Personal Representative said she would be writing us equal checks. It has been 9 months and I have not received a check. How do I get her to hold up her end of the will terms?”

Pushing Along the New Jersey Estate Personal Representative

Pushing Along the New Jersey Estate Personal Representative

New Jersey gives the Personal Representative a great deal of unsupervised power to handle the estate. If you feel that this power is being abused, you have the right to force her to appear in court and explain herself. You can hire an attorney experienced in Surrogate’s Court litigation who can file for you a Petition forcing the Personal Representative to file a Schedule of Distribution, which is her road-map plan of how she will distribute the estate’s assets.

If she is not distributing assets equally, you have the right to object and have the judge defend your rights. You have to stand up for yourself in this matter, the court will not come to you.

Further Estate Litigation Questions?

Pushing along the New Jersey estate personal representative is only one of many Estate Litigation issues our firm addresses. Consequently, if you want to learn more, please read my more detailed article, Trust and Estate Litigation All You Need to Know.

In Conclusion: Pushing Along the New Jersey Estate Personal Representative

I hope that this article was helpful in explaining pushing along the New Jersey estate Personal Representative. Further, I included links to even more detailed information on my website. Therefore, please contact me and let me know how I did. Certainly, your comments and questions are welcome!

Let our Litigation Lawyers help walk you through what can be a confusing process. To begin with, call to speak to one of our experienced Litigation Attorneys.  By all means, our lawyers are ready to answer your questions. In fact, feel free to contact our office for a free consultation. Ultimately our goal is to put our 25 years of estate litigation experience to work for you.

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