REAL PROPERTY, TRUST & ESTATE LAW: Airbrushed Heirs: The Problem of Children Omitted from Wills

Adam J. Hirsch

This article addresses rules designed to protect children from unintentional disinheritance. It assesses the merits of the twin theories on which lawmakers predicate rules to protect omitted children: mistaken omission and failure to account for changed circumstances (obsolescence).

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