Court Concludes Spouses' Joint Will Was a Contractual Will and Imposes Constructive Trust to Enforce Terms of Joint Will

11.30.15

In Estate of Pursley, a husband and wife (Harold Sr. and Mildred) with three children executed a joint will in 1975 that provided the survivor would take the entire estate "to be used, occupied, enjoyed, conveyed and expended by and during the life of such survivor, as such survivor shall desire and that upon theā€¦ Continue Reading

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