After That Crook!
The attorney in charge of Courtney's grandfather's estate was named executor. Courtney’s family can’t get anyone to help them settle the estate. Does Dave have any suggestions for getting this resolved?
QUESTION: Courtney in Nashville lost her grandfather about five years ago, and the attorney in charge was named as executor. He’s writing his own checks, and Courtney’s family can’t get anyone to help them settle the estate. Does Dave have any suggestions for getting this resolved? Dave says it’s time to start calling every day and get an attorney.
ANSWER: Your mother hasn’t been very diligent about this. Every four or five months, she writes one letter or makes one phone call. You need to start calling someone every day.
You need to hire an attorney and sue this guy, and meet with the district attorney to have this guy arrested for embezzlement. Then go to the state bar and file charges on him and have the state attorney general investigate the misbehavior and then call the local Congressman. You need to bother someone every day and create a real hornet’s nest.
This guy is a thief and he needs to be shut down. You or someone needs to attack this with great passion and intensity. You can’t sit on your hands and say I tried calling seven times in two years. That doesn’t cut it. Jack them up!