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The persons allowed to petition for probate in New York differ between a testate (decedent had a will) and intestate (decedent did not ..read more

The Court of Appeal of England and Wales ruled, in February, 2020 that a marriage performed in England under Islamic law, without ..read more

The New Hampshire Supreme Court, in In Re Guardianship of L.N., determined that a New Hampshire guardian of the person has the power to ..read more

A family allowance is one of the rights granted to certain family members during a California probate. What is a Family Allowance In ..read more
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Removal of a Texas trustee can occur for a variety of reasons.  Some of the grounds are obvious, like the trustee became incapacitated or ..read more

Yes, personal jurisdiction in Ohio is required to sue and bring a lawsuit against a trustee in Ohio. What is Personal Jurisdiction? ..read more

A 2020 case from Massachusetts explains the importance of standing in bringing a lawsuit, especially when estates are involved.  The case ..read more

You can reopen probate in Florida if additional assets are located, a new will found, a creditor entitled to notice was not paid, or for ..read more

In certain situations you can reopen a California probate by petitioning for subsequent administration. How Do I Reopen Probate in ..read more

In Placencia v. Strazicich, a California appellate court ruled that a decedent’s will can defeat the presumption of a right of ..read more

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