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Can we sell the property in Probate??

I’m constantly in shock with how much bad advice there is out there and how many attorneys are practicing probate without knowing even the simplest of rules.  Take this case I took over about a year ago… Names and identities have been changed to protect the *innocent*. A son and daughter lost their father. Let’s…

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