ESTATE OF MARCO EUGENE, Deceased (10/93/C) — In this highly contested proceeding to judicially settle the account of the executor, a son of the decedent, two daughters of the decedent, who are potential objectants, move by order to show cause for an order: 1) appointing a temporary receiver to manage four commercial properties in which the decedent had an interest; 2) granting the temporary receiver authority to properly market and sell the realty; 3) directing the executor to transfer the estate properties to a receiver; 4) granting the temporary receiver immediate control of estate revenue for purposes of collecting rents and paying maintenance; 5) permitting the temporary receiver to retain and pay for the services of a forensic accountant; and 6) directing the continuation of discovery and compelling the executor to produce all estate books and records.
March 08, 2017
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