Answer:

Court-Created Independent Administration

(Unsupervised Administration)

You have arrived at this solution because:

  • The Decedent died leaving a Will.

  • The Decedent died leaving unsecured debts that are due and owing by the estate, the Decedent applied for and received Medicaid benefits on or after March 1, 2005, or the Decedent died leaving assets in a financial institution that is requesting Letters Testamentary or Letters of Administration.

  • The Decedent's Will did not provide for an "independent administration" or all of the persons named in the Will are unable or unwilling to serve as independent executor.

  • The devisees named in the will are able to unanimously agree as to who shall serve as the executor of the estate and to that person serving independent from court supervision.

 

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