I’ll add some details tomorrow, but I am wondering if anyone has dealt with this.
We are dealing with an executor who is aging and shows many signs of dementia. It has been over two years and the estate is still not closed out and there has been zero movement on selling the house. The executor has basically been living there, letting the house fall into squalor and using estate funds to pay the bills.
This person is difficult on a good day and has the generosity of spirit of a flea.
Since I am not one of the executors, just a beneficiary, I was hoping not to have to get involved. Some of you know the back story, but I have been dealing with dementia care, deaths, multiple estates, and a difficult compromised sibling in assisted living.
I should have railed at the executor using the house early on, but frankly, I was just worn out. Now, I find myself having to decide if I should involve our attorney.
We often hear stories of problem elders. Has anyone had the Alz elder die only to find out that one of the executors/trustees may need to be removed because of similar issues?
I don’t need legal advice, necessarily. DH and I have a terrific estate atty. It’s more the interpersonal stuff. Or maybe this is just a vent, lol. This is beyond exhausting.