New York’s court system is loosening a filing restriction beginning Monday, anticipating a surge in coronavirus-related estate cases as the state’s death count continues to tick upward.
The Unified Court System said that new uncontested estate cases involving people who died from causes linked to the coronavirus can be filed in surrogate’s courts starting in the week of May 18.
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