Since my mother passed away I have been doing well. I miss her, but I have missed her for years. She hasn’t truly been my mother since her dementia. Consequently, I have been working on getting my life in order and doing many of the things that should have been accomplished over the past several years.
Yet, I still get thrown a curve ball once in a while. I have lawyers working on dissolving my guardianship of Mom. This must be done in order to probate her Will. I have other lawyers working on the Will. Letters were sent out to all of my siblings and by signing and returning the papers, they agree to have my brother and oldest sister and I as the executors of Mom’s Will. Yet, it seems one of my sisters has a problem with signing. Really? What is the point? I know as far as I am concerned, I am ready to be done with all aspects of bills, taxes, and legal papers. By not signing, I wonder, what does she think she will gain? Certainly her lack of signature stalls the whole probate business. Of course any time the lawyers are involved that just spends more money. I personally, want to probate the Will. Then get on with the business of remembering my Mom before dementia.


4 thoughts on “Really?

  1. As a lawyer and an executrix of one of my mother’s wills, I feel your frustration. Perhaps the other siblings can bring some pressure on her to get on with it! You have done more than your share! Hang in there!

  2. You have done more than your share! I will never be able to pay you for all of the years you have given to take of our mom. Your life has been placed on the back burner for years now. I pray that all of the paper work, stress, and sadness will be over soon for you. Hang in there, girl!

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