Do I need a lawyer to become executor in the event of a death with no Will?

Father passed with no Will; 4 children; house turned over to children several months ago. All that is left is a car and contents of the house. All other children agree on who should be executor. What can I do next?

Asked on October 25, 2011 under Estate Planning, Massachusetts

Answers:

L.P., Member, Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

 


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