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Question: I am personal representive of my mother's estate in Nebraska. My brother who is 44 moved in with my mom 4 years ago and never left. Now she has passed and has several thousand dollars in debt and the house and contents need to sold ASAP and he won't leave, how do I get him out and how long will this take? He has not paid her anything in the 4 years to live there, he's basically just squating.

Answer:

You should research the laws in Nebraska and/or consult with a Nebraska attorney regarding this issue.  Specifically, if a personal representative has been appointed by the court, research the powers conferred upon a personal representative in your state.  You also may want to research the Nebraska statutes regarding eviction processes.

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  • I am personal representive of my mother's estate in Nebraska. My brother who is 44 moved in with my mom 4 years ago and never left. Now she has passed and has several thousand dollars in debt and the house and contents need to sold ASAP and he won't leave, how do I get him out and how long will this take? He has not paid her anything in the 4 years to live there, he's basically just squating.

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