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  • Most likely, yes. Check the terms of the will. They should state your powers. If not, you will be entitled to exercise the powers enumerated under applicable state law. You should contact an attorney to help explain what your duties are...and whether the real property can be sold. Some states have homestead laws which protect the rights of the beneficiaries to the homestead, for example.
  • why not ask the lawyer who set the whole thing up????????????????

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