Speaking About Grave Errors…

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

A case recently filed with the Brooklyn Federal Court attracted some media attention a few weeks ago. Two sisters sued a New Jersey cemetery for $25 million after learning that their mother had been buried in a different grave site than the one they had been visiting since her death ...

The Costs of Upholding A Testator’s Intention

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

I previously wrote about Werbenuk v. Werbenuk in an earlier blog. This B.C. wills variation application was noteworthy for allegedly “re-writing” the testator’s will in order to provide for his daughters, whom he had disinherited. (The case was also noteworthy in the media for its depiction of an abusive, racist, and ...