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Peter R.V. Brown Quoted on Wills in The New Yorker

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Peter R.V. Brown, a partner in Nutter’s Private Client Department, discussed laws pertaining to wills in The New Yorker. In the article, “Tearing Down the House,” Peter said, “the overarching policy in most states would be to honor the wishes of the testator. Accordingly, a testator can impose conditions on a bequest that the recipient might find obnoxious or even outrageous—and those restrictions would be enforceable.”

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