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The Howland Estate is a fascinating and now forgotten will contest. The case involved a fortune made in the whaling industry by Edward Robinson. In 1865, he died leaving an estate worth almost $6 million. Almost immediately thereafter, his wife Sylvia Howland died. Her estate was $2 million. The niece, Hetty Robinson was a beneficiary […]

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The Howland Estate is a fascinating and now forgotten will contest. The case involved a fortune made in the whaling industry by Edward Robinson. In 1865, he died leaving an estate worth almost $6 million. Almost immediately thereafter, his wife Sylvia Howland died. Her estate was $2 million. The niece, Hetty Robinson was a beneficiary […]

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A “will contest” (the legal term for contesting a will) is a legal dispute between family members or people who were close to the person who created the will. It is, just what it sounds like, a contest. In one corner is typically a person who is benefiting from a will or trust; everything is […]

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Jointly held property can be used with numerous types of assets. This includes real estate, bank accounts, and just about any other type of asset that you can own individually. When such property is owned as joint tenants with full rights of survivorship, the assets pass to the survivor at death. Often times, a husband […]

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There is a considerable amount of confusion concerning the need for a Revocable Living Trust. Unfortunately, some of this confusion is created by attorneys. Some “sales” techniques try to create fear. The person will be told that the government will take your estate. Sometimes the sales pitch suggests that a Trust protects assets against creditors. […]

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