ESTATE OF GRACE FERRANTI, Deceased (15/1141/C) — In this contested estate, one of the decedent's daughters, Teresa Bevilacqua, withdrew her petition seeking to probate an instrument dated June 18, 2014 ("C" proceeding), and her attorney informed the court that she did not desire to participate further in any proceedings. Thereupon, another daughter, Nancy Crescenzo, sought to restore her previously filed petition to probate an instrument dated October 28, 2011 ("A" proceeding) including an earlier application for preliminary letters testamentary, and the attorney for a son, Anthony Ferranti, stated that he would refile a previously withdrawn petition to probate a later instrument ("B" proceeding") upon obtaining a certificate of relief from civil disabilities for his client and objected to restoration of the daughter's proceeding.
|March 08, 2017
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