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From: "Marty" <>
Subject: OT: Re: [TMG] Wills or Lack of.
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 15:20:03 -0700
And the children suing ate up a lot of the estate money so no one had
anything when it was all said and done with!! <lecture time> Be sure you
have a really good will/trust all written out AND all the heirs and
non-heirs know of your plans BEFORE you go. A good book is called "Beyond
the Grave" talks about all the hard feelings from wills and estates. Worth
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Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 2:56 PM
Subject: Re: [TMG] Wills or Lack of.
> What a good point you make. We should always look at chancery (or equity,
> whatever they are called in each state) for additional information on
> We don't have estate packets here in Virginia (unfortunately). But I
> found a chancery case with about 150 pages for someone's ancestor who died
> 1844 here that included all of the accounts and other valuable information
> for that person who died in 1844. The chancery case was 40 years after the
> of the person.
> You can thank Hiram Eady. This was an actual case I had, where his wife
> died and the children had to sue their father again to have the mother's
> estate redivided. The court battles went on for a long while after her
> Teresa Ghee Elliott
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