Yes, and I answered you in General discussion. I see you haven't responded yet. I pointed out to you that in that thread you decided to repost you just opened up the can of worms that was not supposed to be discussed on here.
I pointed out a post in that thread where Neko said I was angry with her because I just did not understand that everything she had done concerning the probate on her mom's estate was just perfectly fine and legal, and that I only imagined that she was being manipulative in the writing of the mortgage transfer. She said our lawyer could not have seen any problems at all with how the procedure was being done.
Then I pointed out that as of today, the piece of property that was being discussed way back then, in 2012, is still not in the name of the inheritors of Neko's mother's estate. It is now being handled by a court appointed guardian who is finally getting the paperwork straightened out, receiving the property back from its present holder who hasn't made a payment on it in 5 years, nor paid the taxes (my husband and I have), and then he will partition the property, the court will sell it, and the court will divide the money between Marie's husband, my husband, her surviving other brother, and the wife of her deceased brother. My husband and I have had significant legal bills, but we will be receiving most of that back when the property is sold. We will also get back the property taxes that we have been paying on the property for several years now so the land wouldn't be sold on the courthouse steps. None of the other siblings contributed at all to that. This would never have happened until and unless the decision was finally made to let my husband handle it LEGALLY through an attorney and the court system. And it has not happened yet, but when it does, you'll see it on the Clerk of the Court records. Right now, the guardian has just been appointed by the court. They would not have had to appoint a guardian except for the god-awful mess that was created by the mortgage deed as well as the probate. Our attorney at the time said it was screwed up royally, and either her lawyers were the stupidest attorneys in town or it was done intentionally.
So, your friend did not tell you the truth Joanie.
She rarely did.
You'll never know how many times you were fed baloney by her and you swallowed it whole. No matter to me. It was still not all about the inheritance, though I know you think so.