Meet the deaf candidate trying to be the next Register of Wills in Prince George’s
It’s not the most glamorous title: Prince George’s County register of wills.
But the person who holds it runs a little-known office that “everyone — directly or indirectly — will come in contact with” when they need to open the estates of family members who have died, said incumbent Cereta A. Lee, who leads the office’s 32-person staff.
Lee, 69, is seeking a fourth term and is facing a challenge from fellow Democrat Toyin Fasakin, a supervisor in D.C. government who is running because when his Nigerian father died without a will, there was “agony and strife” as his two wives and their children divided his property. Read More:
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