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Court Won’t Probate ‘Fake’ Will (access required)

In this will contest between decedent’s niece and his widow, the Henrico County Circuit Court concludes the 2012 will proffered by the widow is a fake created after his death, but it will admit to probate a photocopy of an earlier will, originally handwritten but then typed by a relative and signed by decedent and ...

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