Brief Rea v. Paulson

Brief Rea v. Paulson - Cameron Hartman 9/22/09 Seat #59 REA...

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Unformatted text preview: Cameron Hartman 9/22/09 Seat #59 REA v. PAULSON Facts: Decedent, the mother of Ken (the plaintiff), Donald, Barbara and Larry (also known as Paulson—the defendant), died on January 31, 1988. In 1983, she purchased a home in Rainier for $21,300. At the time she had a will that would leave all of her property to her children in equal shares. That will never changed. Decedent developed various illnesses, and was dependent on the help of Ken, Barbara, and Don. Decedent was worried about losing her home due to mounting bills, and wanted to put the house in Ken’s name, but Ken and Barbara concluded that it was not necessary. This was confirmed by state welfare workers, and Larry found out about this. In 1987, Larry moved in with Decedent to take care of her, and then he rented a house in Longview that they both moved in to. Larry held Decedent’s power of rented a house in Longview that they both moved in to....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course BLAW 300 taught by Professor King during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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