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If the court appoints you, yes, you can serve as the administrator. If she objects, the court may appoint a third party, normally a bank or attorney.

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Do your legal brother has right to challenge Legal administrator?

I am the administrator of my fathers estate does my brother have equale power and percentage of estate?


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Can your father's brother-in-law be the administrator over his estate?

Certainly, no reason why he couldn't be. He could be named in the will, or he could petition the court to serve as administrator.


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The co-administrator of an estate has as much equal access to the estate as the administrator. If property or the estate needs to be divided, the parties will need to agree.


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Your brother has an estate if he has a mortgage. You need to petition the probate court in your brother's jurisdiction to be appointed the Administrator of his estate. The court will issue Letters of Administration that will enable you to carry on the business of disposing of his estate.


What is the difference between an Executor and an Administrator?

An executor handles the estate of a decedent who died with a will. An administrator handles the estate of a decedent who die without a will. The terms are different because an executor is executing the decedent's directions as stated in the will. The administrator is simply handling the estate according to general laws.


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They may not use the estate funds for personal use. They may be able to take an advanced draw, but they are required to provide a full accounting.


Can the administrator of an estate buy a car from the estate?

Yes, an administrator may buy things from the estate. They must pay a fair market price for the item.


How do you become an administrator of an estate if person is deceased?

If the person left a Will the Will will identify who the administrator (executor) of the estate is to be - only this person can anministor the estate. If there is no Will then the state will appoint an administrator (there will be country specific laws relating to how this happens).


Is becoming an administrator of a small estate where no will is found expensive?

It should not cost the administrator anything. The costs, which are fairly reasonable, are born by the estate. And the Administrator can charge for their services.


Can the administrator of an estate sue the estate?

You would need to provide an example of an issue the administrator would have with the "estate". The administrator of an estate is the person appointed by the court to represent the estate. They are paid from the estate for performing their duties. Their fee comes out of the assets before any assets are distributed and they have the authority to pay their own fee out of the estate.Any lawsuits against an estate must be served on its administrator. It is difficult to think of an example where the administrator would do something at odds with their own interest in the estate.You would need to provide an example of an issue the administrator would have with the "estate". The administrator of an estate is the person appointed by the court to represent the estate. They are paid from the estate for performing their duties. Their fee comes out of the assets before any assets are distributed and they have the authority to pay their own fee out of the estate.Any lawsuits against an estate must be served on its administrator. It is difficult to think of an example where the administrator would do something at odds with their own interest in the estate.You would need to provide an example of an issue the administrator would have with the "estate". The administrator of an estate is the person appointed by the court to represent the estate. They are paid from the estate for performing their duties. Their fee comes out of the assets before any assets are distributed and they have the authority to pay their own fee out of the estate.Any lawsuits against an estate must be served on its administrator. It is difficult to think of an example where the administrator would do something at odds with their own interest in the estate.You would need to provide an example of an issue the administrator would have with the "estate". The administrator of an estate is the person appointed by the court to represent the estate. They are paid from the estate for performing their duties. Their fee comes out of the assets before any assets are distributed and they have the authority to pay their own fee out of the estate.Any lawsuits against an estate must be served on its administrator. It is difficult to think of an example where the administrator would do something at odds with their own interest in the estate.


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You are not personally liable for the debt. The estate is liable for the debt. If the law suit results in payment, it would have to be used to settle the debts.

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