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Property distribution rules: Who really receives estate property?
Ronald R. Volkmer, Property Distribution Rules: Who Really Receives Estate Property? in Estate Planning and Probate (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1992).
Complicated world of the electing spouse: In re Estate of Myers and recent statutory developments
Ronald R. Volkmer, The Complicated World of the Electing Spouse: In re Estate of Myers and Recent Statutory Developments, 33 Creighton L. Rev. 121 (1999).
Conservator could establish special needs trust
Ronald R. Volkmer, Conservator Could Establish Special Needs Trust, 26 Est. Plan. 328 (1999).
Trust beneficiary's interest as a marital asset
Ronald R. Volkmer, Trust Beneficiary's Interest as a Marital Asset, 26 Est. Plan. 189 (1999).
Burden of proof in undue influence cases
Ronald R. Volkmer, Burden of Proof in Undue Influence Cases, 26 Est. Plan. 39 (1999).
When is extrinsic evidence permitted?
Ronald R. Volkmer, When is Extrinsic Evidence Permitted?, 26 Est. Plan. 134 (1999).
Effect of S/L on estate's creditors
Ronald R. Volkmer, Effect of S/L on Estate's Creditors, 26 Est. Plan. 280 (1999).
Adopted person as 'lineal descendant'
Ronald R. Volkmer, Adopted Person as 'Lineal Descendant', 26 Est. Plan. 95 (1999).
Attorney as devisee may suggest undue influence
Ronald R. Volkmer, Attorney as Devisee may Suggest Undue Influence, 23 Est. Plan. 43 (1996).
Slayer statutes applied in different situations
Ronald R. Volkmer, Slayer Statutes Applied in Different Situations, 23 Est. Plan. 139 (1996).