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We had to petition the court for a fiduciary appointment. Not cheap. Keep looking.
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Dave - my first thought is....do you actually need a will? Wills & their codicils are great to have as the probate legal system is set up for using them. And the will establishes who heirs are and what they get.

But if no will, if you can clearly know the assets of the deceased, you probably could go the lineal heirship route to divvy up an estate equally among heirs. If there's just money or other things that have a definite value & can be divided equally easily, lineal could be easier or more efficient than traditional probate. A probate attorney could guide you on how lineal could be done to be ok for your state.
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