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Archive by Month: September 2016

Probate Lawyers: Exceptions to the Federal Court Jurisdiction

Thu Sep 29th, by Daniel A. McGowan, on Probate Law and Procedure |

The probate process is typically an animal of the state court system. However, there are benefits for a probate lawyer to occasionally find themselves in the federal court system. Some of the...

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Is Family Affection a Factor a Court Can Use to Evaluate A Will Construction Case?

Mon Sep 12th, by Daniel McGowan, on Probate Law and Procedure |

A common dispute litigated by an Ohio probate lawyer as well as in Courts in states subscribing to the basic tenets of the Uniform Probate Code include requests for judicial interpretation of an...

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The Estate of Elvis Presley

Mon Sep 12th, by Daniel McGowan, on Probate Law and Procedure |

“These proceedings are the poster child for why it is necessary for every individual—whether or not an international celebrity—to make proper arrangements to avoid litigation upon their...

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