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§ 152:121. Form: Affidavit of decedent's physician in support of motion for summary judgment dismissing objections to probate—Allegation of lack of testamentary capacity

CW2D § 152:121Joy T. Carmichael, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; John A. Gebauer, J.D.; Stephanie A. Giggetts, J.D.; Amy L. Kruse, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; and Yvette Wiltshire, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 3 pages)

§ 152:121. Form: Affidavit of decedent's physician in support of motion for summary judgment dismissing objections to probate—Allegation of lack of testamentary capacity

CW2D § 152:121Joy T. Carmichael, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; John A. Gebauer, J.D.; Stephanie A. Giggetts, J.D.; Amy L. Kruse, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; and Yvette Wiltshire, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 3 pages)

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March 2024 Update
Chapter 152. Probate Proceedings
Joy T. Carmichael, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; John A. Gebauer, J.D.; Stephanie A. Giggetts, J.D.; Amy L. Kruse, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; and Yvette Wiltshire, J.D.
VII. Contested Probate
A. Objections to Probate
5. Notice Requirements for Those Named in the Will
§ 152:121. Form: Affidavit of decedent's physician in support of motion for summary judgment dismissing objections to probate—Allegation of lack of testamentary capacity
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