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Ilene Sherwyn Cooper Ilene Sherwyn Cooper

The close of summer brought with it multi-faceted opinions addressed to a variety of issues affecting Surrogate’s Court practice. One such opinion was rendered by the Surrogate’s Court, New York County, in In re Brown. In addition, in passing upon a party’s standing in a contested probate proceeding, the Albany County Surrogate’s Court considered such issues as lost wills and the revocation of wills. Finally, this month’s column revisits the importance of carefully crafted pleadings, a subject that was discussed in the February, 2019 column.

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