From the Kansas Court of Appeals comes this recent, interesting unpublished opinion in the Estate of Nesler. Ms. Nesler died March 28, 2014 in Douglas County, Kansas, leaving 3 surviving adult children. The children found their mother’s Will, but submitted it for probate late (more than 6 months after their mother had died), so the Probate Court wouldn’t admit the Will to probate. And the Court of Appeals affirmed the Probate Court’s 6 month deadline application.
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