I'm just trying to read the executor's of my father's estate minds, half siblings much older than I. I'm out of the country so I have not been dealing with them, nor do I want to. But they left a message with my mother saying they need me to sign "something" in order for them to sell the house. My father's will says they have the power to sell, invest, etc, so I don't know why they need me.
I'm not sure if they are handling things correctly, and I certainly don't want to sign anything where I become partly responsible for anything. I already made that mistake with the funeral payments, which they were no help with, that I paid off, but that's another story. I don't trust their ability to really understand their role as executors and what needs to be done, and done correctly.
I'm just wondering if I actually do need to sign something in order for them to sell the house? From all that I've been reading, I don't think I do. But maybe I'm missing something?