Category Archives: Probate Litigation

Handling Problems in Probate

Probate is the legal method by that the fiduciary (executor) of the estate ultimately settles all affairs of a deceased dearest. It is typically more sophisticated for the executor of an estate, who has a fiduciary obligation and who has been entrusted with the responsibility of overseeing an estate’s assets while facilitating the methodical process of probating the estate.

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Estate Case Update From The NJ State Bar Association

Case update from the NJ State Bar Association: 
38-2-5185

In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Jane Lynch, N.J. Super. App. Div. (Suter, J.A.D.) (19 pp.)

Decedent executed a will and declaration of trust wherein her personal property was to be equally distributed to her two children, appellant-daughter and appellee-son. The residuary estate was left to the family trust and the assets there were divided equally between the siblings. Continue reading