surrogate court


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surrogate court

In some states, the name given to the probate court that has jurisdiction to supervise the administration of a decedent's estate.

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Although the surrogate court granted relief, the IRS questioned whether the trust interest the decedent's will created was eligible for the estate tax marital deduction as qualified terminable interest property within the meaning of section 20560(b)(7).
Under the Surrogate Court Rules of Alberta there are suggested fees for both executors/trustees of estates and lawyers who perform legal functions for estates.
Further, the IRS rested its conclusion on a New York Surrogate Court ruling in Spear(37) that general powers of appointment, under New York law, were deemed to exist in each primary beneficiary under roughly comparable facts.
Miller has a broad-based federal and state commercial and business litigation trial and appellate practice focused on representing owners of closely held businesses in a wide variety of industries in ownership-related disputes such as partnership/corporate dissolution proceedings, business valuation proceedings, shareholder appraisal proceedings, minority shareholder oppression or breach of fiduciary duty actions, joint venture disputes and surrogate court proceedings relating to family-owned businesses.
But he did say that he wanted his son and daughters should be raised in Chicago, Manhattan or San Francisco, Manhattan surrogate court papers showed.
Seddio, former Judge of the Kings County, NY Surrogate Court, has joined the company as vice president of Policy and Customer Advocacy.
Any interested person may apply to the Surrogate Court for an order terminating the Enduring Power of Attorney.
Perrier Jouet will host a Belle Epoque-inspired ball on September 19 at the Surrogate Court in New York City to launch the Flower Bottle 100th anniversary.
In Alberta, the Surrogate Court is the court that supervises the passing of deceased persons' property to their beneficiaries.
Major leases in 1991 included Addison-Wesley (35,753), Lawyer's Title (10,500), Liberty Mutual (10,000) and KFC (7,500), all at Ten Bank Street; County Surrogate Court (20,000) at Courthouse Square: Chicago Title (20,000) at 235/245 Main Street; and Bennett, Kielson at One Barker Avenue.
SM] is available for clients who handle tenant security deposits such as landlords and property management offices, attorneys and law firms that manage client funds, 1031 Exchanges, companies in the pre-need market such as funeral homes, title companies, surrogate courts that manage funds held for third parties, and states and municipalities that manage government escrow deposits.
Court of Claims, Nextel, Pilkington & Leggett, Plunken & Jaffe, Thatcher Proffit and Westchester County Appellate and Surrogate Courts.