My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Indiana
Hi all, again. To refresh memories, my father passed in February due to a house fire that he started by smoking. I am the trustee and executor of his trust/estate. The trust has been established and I have control of the accounts which consist of a checking and savings. The house is currently being restored and will be sold when completed. I have taken his car to my residence in SC and am trying to sell it. All proceeds will be put into savings and distributed between myself and my two siblings.
Here is my dilemma. The attorney's that set up the trust and will have not been responding to calls or e-mails. I have had some minor questions that I needed to ask. I thought that we had this worked out when it first happened some time ago but apparently not. Do I even need them anymore? Since I now have control, can I just phone them, ask for a bill for services, and tell them their services are no longer needed? I really don't wish to deal with them anymore. If they can't answer me then what good are they?