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What is the process of becoming an executor of my father's estate? He died in July 2016. He was a resident of Griffin, Ga. I live in Detroit, Mi.

1 Answers. Asked on Feb 14th, 2017 on Wills and Probate - Michigan
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Answered on Feb 15th, 2017 at 6:23 AM

You will need to speak with a lawyer in Georgia. If your Dad had real property in Michigan, you may also need one here. Sorry. Good Luck.

David J. Hutchinson 106 N. 4th Ave Ann Arbor, MI 734-930-9000 dave@davehutchinsonlaw.com

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