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Estate Law

Much of the novel takes place in a law office or a court. The trial this time is not a heated criminal case, but a civil case. Seth Hubbard has died and left behind two wills. It is the court’s job to decide which will should be upheld. Seth wants his maid to get the majority of his estate, but Seth’s children claim that an earlier will says that they should get the bulk of the estate. In the fight, Jake must prove that Seth made the will while he was in his right mind and knew what he was doing, but was not influenced by someone else.

As Jake fights the contest of this will, he seems capable of proving Seth was in his right mind thanks to the methodical way in which Seth died and the neatness with how he left...

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