Trusts & Estates – Wills – Civil Practice – Appeals – Party Aggrieved – ExecutorBigger v. Arnold The trial court ruled in favor of one beneficiary (the testator’s widow) over another beneficiary (a college). The college – the aggrieved party -- did not appeal. Since the order affected only the distribution rights of the beneficiaries, the executor lacks standing to appeal.
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Published: July 17, 2012
Time posted: 12:52 pm
Tags: appeals, Civil Practice, Executor, Party Aggrieved, trusts & estates, Wills