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How long will I have to wait for my inheritance

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 25th, 2017 on Trusts and Estates - Florida
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Father died brother is Executor of estate more than 30 days has passed still no word on a state that is supposed to be split Bank fund and all assets have been froze I believe brother is withholding information about funds that may be available to me how do I find out what's going on with the estate
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Answered on Mar 27th, 2017 at 11:46 AM

Call the attorney that filed the estate. Or look at the clerk's probate website online. Or go to the courthouse and check out the probate file. There are certain filings you can make to make sure you are notified, but if your brother was appointed PR (executor) then you probably should have gotten some type of notice.

Note: You should make sure that an estate was actually opened. The will naming your brother as executor doesn't automatically entitle him to be the executor. The court must appoint an executor

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