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A stated intention to leave property to a child does not constitute an enforceable contract

Posted in *All Posts, Agreements, Contracts, Gifts, Last Will & Testament, Will & Testament

In the absence of directions to the contrary, taxes shall be apportioned to transferees in proportion to the assets they received

Posted in *All Posts, Last Will & Testament, Probate, Taxes, Will & Testament

Actions to set aside orders granting probate or letters of appointment, such as letters of administration

Posted in *All Posts, Last Will & Testament, Probate, Relief from judgment, Will & Testament

The Parentage Act contains a limitations period that bars an action brought more than 5 years after the child attains the age of majority

Posted in *All Posts, Child, Last Will & Testament, Paternity, Will & Testament

IRAs are governed by the Uniform Transfer on Death Security Registration Act

Posted in *All Posts, Death, Last Will & Testament, Will & Testament

Elements necessary to create a presumption of undue influence

Posted in *All Posts, Last Will & Testament, Undue Influence, Will & Testament

Who are heirs

Posted in *All Posts, Death, Last Will & Testament, Probate, Will & Testament

Procedure for the probate to be set aside or modified or the grant of letters of appointment vacated

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Persuasion is not undue influence if freedom of will remains intact

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After a will has been admitted to probate, it may be challenged by the timely filing of a complaint in the Probate Part

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