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Represented life partner of decedent on issue of whether it was the decedent's probable intent to devise real property to his life partner free of mortgage debt although the issue was not addressed in decedent's will. The case was decided against the life partner at trial and on appeal. In a published opinion, the New Jersey Supreme Court granted certification and held that the decedent's probable intent was to transfer the property to the life partner free of debt and thus estate was required to pay off significant mortgage amount.

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