I agree with disagreeable. You first need to know how much the house is actually worth in today's market. There may well be more owed than the house is worth. If that is the situation and there are no other assets in the estate, then letting them foreclose may be your best option. You could...
Unless your custody states that you have to have court approval, you can move by simply notifying the other party. They then have the option of going to court. If they have agreed, then there is no problem. However, child custody is always modifiable.
And you liked him enough to have a baby by him? Courts don't like to terminate parental rights but you may have a good case. You will need to hire an attorney and he will probably want around 1500 if it is uncontested.
It depends. You really need to talk to an attorney. If you can't afford one, check free legal services in your area. There are too many variables. If you paid half the mortgage and can prove it, then you have an equitable interest in the house. I would recommend getting a CS order.
2500 should have taken care of everything. They need to see what they signed as a retainer agreement and then they may want to file a complaint witht he state bar.
However, there may be much more to the story.
The personal representative is entitled to compensation, the maximum is set by state law. The amount will be listed in the final accounting.
Ask a specific question. Murdering the decedent would be one example.