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Rescission was appropriate where the Decedent made a unilateral mistake by naming his attorney the “pay-on-death” beneficiary on a bank account instead of funding a trust referenced in his Will

In Stephenson v. Spiegle, Docket No. A-4193-11T2, the Appellate Division examined the issue of a contradicting estate, where the Decedent named his attorney the “pay-on-death” beneficiary of a bank account instead of funding a trust benefiting family members which was referenced in his Will. Here, the Decedent executed a Will on December 19, 2006 leaving […]

The Court’s duty in probate matters is to ascertain and give effect to the probable intention of the testator

   Recently, in the Matter of the Estate of Catherine Hoch, on appeal from the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division,MercerCounty, Docket...

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