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Estate of Denial news clips (11/01/17)

Eder’s Appeal From Probate (CT) Connecticut Law Tribune October 10, 2017 The adoption of two adult brothers by the settlor of a trust was not a sham intended to alter the intent of the trust.   Unholy Row As Court Decides on Religious Woman’s Will (AUS) October 15, 2017 A TERMINALLY ill woman’s use Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/30/17)

Unsent Text Message OK As Valid Will Says Australian Court Fox News October 10, 2017 The text message was just a draft. It had been left unsent. It’s intention was controversial. A 55-year-old man who took his own life a year ago had addressed the phone text message to his brother. It declared his brother Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/27/17)

Metro Detroit woman says probate guardianship case is tearing family apart (MI) WXYZ October 12, 2017 Total strangers – lawyers who double as public officials – are taking over the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our community – senior citizens and others who are disabled. Several Metro Detroit families say they’ve Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/25/17)

Using Lay Witnesses To Combat Experts: Taking A Knife To A Gun Fight? (WV) JD Supra (press release) October 11, 2017 Expert witnesses can be expensive.  Yet, in estate disputes, they may be unavoidable.  When a will gets challenged based on an alleged lack of testamentary capacity or undue influence, you can all but guarantee Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/23/17)

How the Elderly Lose Their Rights (NV) The New Yorker October 9, 2017 For years, Rudy North woke up at 9 A.M. and read the Las Vegas Review-Journal while eating a piece of toast. Then he read a novel—he liked James Patterson and Clive Cussler—or, if he was feeling more ambitious, Freud. On scraps of Keep Reading…

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