Estate of Nesler

From the Kansas Court of Appeals comes this recent, interesting unpublished opinion in the Estate of Nesler.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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(c) 2017, Stephen M. Johnson, Esq.

 

 

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