How do I find a free advice probate lawyer?
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1st not necessarily a dependent is entitled to the money. The money will go to all of his children in equal share after 1/2 and certain allowances to a surviving wife.. Secondly if under $40000 it can be done by affudavit with the probate court. Unfortunately you are correct that you will need an attorney so just make a number of calls to see what the lowest fee is you can obtain.
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You call local probate lawyer and ask.
You can try legal aid in your area.
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