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    HEIRS OF F.D. GOZA, Jr., et al., Appellants v ESTATE OF William E. POTTS, Deceased, Appellee

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    The case involves former in-laws of a deceased widow who were attempting to obtain their shares as beneficiaries of a 1989 will, which the deceased estate asserts was willfully revoked between 2002 and the deceased's death in 2006. This is a probate case in which the former in-laws of the decedent, William "Bill" Potts, are attempting to take their shares as beneficiaries of a 1989 will, which, the estate asserts, was revoked between 2002 and Bill's death in 2006. The appellants, relatives of the deceased's wife, were attempting to provide evidentiary proof that the deceased lacked the testamentary capacity necessary to revoke the will because he was suffering under some insane delusions ...

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    HEIRS OF F.D. GOZA, Jr., et al., Appellants v ESTATE OF William E. POTTS, Deceased, Appellee

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