On the Brink of Tortious Intererence with Inheritance
Steven K. Mignogna
PROBATE& PROPERTY MARCH/APRIL 2002 45 tort unless conventional probate relief is either unavailable or inadequate. Therefore, a claimant should exhaust all other traditional probate remedies, such as a will contest, before pursuing a tort action. Because the probate court provided the claimant with an adequuat remedy, the Arkansas court managge to avoid adopting the tort. See also Douglass v. Boyce, 542 S.E.2d 715 (S.C. 2001) (refusing to recognize the tort); Fell v. Rambo, 36 S.W.3d 837 (Tenn...