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Mom Liked Me Better, and She Will Prove It: Pre-Mortem Validation—Permanent Solution or Fad?

Article Summary: In its March/April 2013 issue, Probate & Property readers were provided with an overview of pre-mortem validation. In Before the Party’s Over – The Arguments for and Against Pre-Death Will Contests, authors David L. Skidmore and Laura E. Morris provided readers with information on what was considered a novel topic at that time.

By Michael Sneeringer, Elizabeth A. Arentz, Daniel F. Hayward, Melineh S. Ounanian, and Marve Ann M. Alaimo

In its March/April 2013 issue, Probate & Property readers were provided with an overview of pre-mortem validation. In Before the Party’s Over – The Arguments for and Against Pre-Death Will Contests, authors David L. Skidmore and Laura E. Morris provided readers with information on what was considered a novel topic at that time.

It is implicit that a premortem validation proceeding must be commenced in the state where the state court has primary supervision over the trust.

It is implicit that a premortem validation proceeding must be commenced in the state where the state court has primary supervision over the trust.

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