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Unless your aunt instructed in her Will that the CDs were to be left to you then you are at the mercy of the executor. The executor must be accountable for paying any outstanding debts that person may have and any bills. Then after that is done they will have to go through Probate for the Estate so they can determine if all personal/property taxes are paid as well as all creditors being paid. This can take up to 8 months to a year. It may be that is what the Executor is doing and this doesn't mean you won't get the CDs. If that is your aunts wishes and it's stated in the Will or you have a legal document with a date and her signature on it and states the CDs go to you then you have a right to the CDs and the Executor can get into trouble for not complying to the wishes of your aunt's Will. Marcy

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Q: Your aunt left CD's in your name the excutor has put the CD's into the estate should you received the full value of the CD or taxes will be taken out?
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