You might not know but your estate administration may take years to complete.

My grandfather died and left 25% of his estate for my dad in Jan. Dad passed away in July but have not heard anything about this as of now.

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You don't require to have a will audited rather you can object if it's being promoted of you don't believe it valid for some reasons. If the will is already probated and you have not been as to it's administration, you should try to figure out if your father had a will and if so, who inherited the share of your grandfather's estate from him. You might not know but your estate administration may take years to complete. However, you should always remain active to assert if you have any status as an heir of your grandfather's estate.


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