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Successful Appeal in Matter of Costello

Associate attorney Albert V. Messina, Jr. successfully argued an appeal from the Suffolk County Surrogate's Court Order granting summary judgment in the Estate of George D. Costello Sr. The ...
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Case Victory for Clients Claiming Improper Execution of Father's Will

On March 4, 2014, one of our New York estate litigation lawyers at Novick & Associates, P.C. was successful in helping two clients reach a victorious result in a probate case in which they were ...
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Attorney Donald Novick Representing Sons of Sculptor in Estate Dispute

The New York Post recently reported on a case that is being handled by Attorney Donald Novick—a case that involves a claim that a deceased sculptor’s widow is unfairly hoarding and ...
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Attorney Kimberly Schechter Provides Insight On $100K Found at Bank

New York Estate Litigation Attorney Kimberly Schechter recently provided legal insight in an ABC News story about an elderly Brooklyn, New York couple who found about $100,000 in a safe deposit box at ...
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Proceeding to Revoke the Letters Testamentary

In Matter of Pomponio, the law firm of Novick & Associates, P.C., negotiated a settlement for a client in a contested probate proceeding. The settlement provided for the client to receive ...
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Welcome to our New York Estate Litigation Blog

We are pleased to announce the launch of our New York Estate Litigation Blog.
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