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Jury found decedent’s 2012 holographic will to be invalid – Verdict for Plaintiffs (access required)

Plaintiffs alleged that a self-proving will dated Oct. 7, 2004, was the last true will and testament of the decedent. That will divided the decedent’s estate fairly equally between her three children, Carroll Mauck (defendant) and Roxie Lutz and Bobbie Holler (plaintiffs). The 2004 will also made a provision for Lutz’s son to receive certain ...

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