Michael Burger discusses the presumption of revocation (animo revocandi) that attaches when a will that was in the possession or control of the testator is lost or missing when the testator dies and how to overcome the presumption and admit the will to probate by establishing fraudulent destruction. This and other legal essays may be located on the firm's website: www.davidsonfink.com.
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Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning Updates
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