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It is a fundamental principle of law that a Last Will and Testament duly signed and witnessed is binding on no one until… Read More
Mr. James Paul Allen of Beaufort County, North Carolina executed a duly drafted will on August 29, 2002. The will was prepared by… Read More
It is not often in a complex equitable distribution case that we see a trial Judge’s fair and well-reasoned decision reversed on appeal. Read More
In many equitable distribution cases, where the value of real estate is an issue, the parties at least in negotiations debate the relative… Read More
Late 2016, the Minnesota Supreme Court decided the case of Curtis v. Curtis (887 N.W.2d 249) and in so doing provided a lesson… Read More
– Will Caveats or “The Family Feud” Part 2 – The North Carolina Court of Appeals continues to publish opinions in Will… Read More
In order to set aside a Will after a person has died, a Caveator (the person attacking the Will) has three courses of… Read More
The North Carolina Court of Appeals on December 20, 2016, issued an opinion in a case involving a Will Caveat that arose in… Read More
In many family law settlements, whether they are obtained voluntarily through an agreement or the result of litigation ending in a court order,… Read More
Often in the world of courts and litigation, participants have to meet certain deadlines to file documents, make payments, and produce certain items. Read More
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