what to do ?
my dad's will has 5 beneficiaries named in the house property he left behind.
me and my other bother are estate holders as stated in the will.
one of the beneficiary is staying in the house.
the 3 of us beneficiaries wants to sell off the property, leaving the other two unresponsive .
I have got a lawyer to sent a registered letter informing all parties involved of our intentions and 3 beneficiaries have signed consent to sell off the property.
leaving the other 2 , no reply.
the probate letter has already been issued by the high court and I have not insert my name or no other beneficiaries has done so .
its already 5 years since , my dad has past away , what can the 3 of us do to get the other 2 to sell off the property ,
I was told by a recent meeting with my lawyer that without the consent of any one of the 5 beneficiaries in the will named it will be impossible to execute any sale.
and the last resort is to sue the other 2 parties and force them to sell.
is this the only way to solve this problem??
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asked on Oct 17, 2014 at 23:09
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