There are multiple instances in which you may receive a letter from a probate attorney. These can range from notice of probate filings and inquiries looking for information, to demands that you take certain actions, such as returning probate property or bank records.
Here are the more common reasons for a probate attorney to send written correspondence:
In these situations, there can be serious consequences of responding or not responding to these types of letters. It is important to hire your own probate attorney to review the letter to determine if and how to respond.
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