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Q. Will probate issue

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Anonymous

posted 1 month ago

We are one sister and one brother, I'm married and parents are no more. My father issued will to my brother desiring to give his house to him. Now my brother submitted the will in court for probate and I filed an objection. My question is, if my death occurs, can my husband or son carry the case on ? or the case will automatically dismissed ?
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A. Yes, legal heirs will substitute you in the court of law. However, i pray god you live long and your enjoy your property. Indeed.

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Harsh Vardhan

Experience: 4 Year(s)

Responded 1 month ago

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A. Dear Sir,
The legal heirs of you will be brought on record and Civil case will be continue.

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