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We were a little like undertakers, in the Commons, as regarded Probate transactions; generally making it a rule to look more or less cut up, when we had to deal with clients in mourning.
Some well-intentioned men in this State, deriving their notions from the language and forms which obtain in our courts, have been induced to consider it as an implied supersedure of the trial by jury, in favor of the civil-law mode of trial, which prevails in our courts of admiralty, probate, and chancery.
This high office, as well as those of lieutenant-governor, councillor, and judge of probate, was filled by Hutchinson.
He, two others, and myself, started to the new silver mines in the Humboldt mountains--he to be Probate Judge of Humboldt county, and we to mine.
Well,' said the cobbler, 'when I was going to take out a probate of the will, the nieces and nevys, who was desperately disappointed at not getting all the money, enters a caveat against it.
The Wills and Probate Registry, a landmark legal initiative of the Dispute Resolution Authority (DRA) of the DIFC Courts, was launched to provide non-Muslim expatriates a facility to register English language wills that allow their Dubai assets to be transferred upon death according to their wishes.
A HOLME Valley accountant is among the first in the country to gain accreditation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) to carry out probate work.
Provide a case management system customized to the needs of the Probate Court, which has the following, but is not limited to; Provide a graphical user interface that is visually appealing and encourages intuitive use.
Vote for Steve Abraham for Register of Probate on Nov.
LIVERPOOL law firm Jackson & Canter is one of the first in the UK to earn a national accreditation for its wills and probate service.
com)-- Evan Guthrie of the Evan Guthrie Law Firm in Charleston, South Carolina taught a class on estate planning and probate court at the Mt.