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Probate Law Appellate Court Opinion

by Roy, Christopher


AC39446 - Geci v. Boor ("In this consolidated probate appeal, the defendant David Boor appeals from the judgments rendered by the trial court in favor of the plaintiff, Alice K. Geci. The defendant claims that (1) the court erred by finding that, upon the death of the decedent, William F. Klee, the plaintiff became the sole owner of joint bank accounts held by the decedent and the plaintiff, and, thus, they were not part of his estate, and (2) the court abused its discretion by reinstating the plaintiff as the executrix of the decedent’s estate. We disagree with the defendant and, therefore, affirm the judgments of the trial court.")