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In re Estate of Knickman

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A-13-0405, In re Estate of Knickman

Otoe County Court, Judge Jeffrey J. Funke

Attorney for Appellant: Gerald M. Stilmock (Brandt, Horan, Hallstrom & Stilmock)

Attorney for Appellee: Donald R. Witt (Baylor, Evnen, Curtiss, Grimit & Witt)

Probate: Claim filed against Estate

Action Taken by Trial Court: The county court found that the indebtedness evidenced by a 1996 promissory note had been revived due to a payment made by, or consented to by, the decedent on September 23, 2009, and that a portion of the expenses advanced by the claimant were recoverable.

Assignments of Errors on Appeal: The appellant contends that the county court erred in finding that the evidence was sufficient to revive the promissory note from the statute of limitations bar and in allowing additional claims by the claimant which were not included in the original statement of claim.

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