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Liberty U., family trade charges of abuse of infirm benefactor (access required)

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Surviving family members of a longtime Liberty University benefactor claim that school representatives hounded the elderly donor with aggressive solicitation in his final days, even telling him he would not go to heaven unless he left his assets to the ...

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Using your last will to get in the last word (access required)


When you pass away, do you want to leave the world peacefully? Or do you want to go down trash talking, making sure that your enemies know exactly what you think about them, and that everyone else knows what terrible ...

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Photocopy of handwritten will prevails in international dispute (access required)


A will contest with an international flavor was resolved in a Henrico County courtroom last month when a judge concluded that a formally executed will offered by a widow, backed by two witnesses, was just “an elaborate fake.” Henrico Circuit ...

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