Mulvey v. Stephens

By Jenna G. Rubin, Esq.

In this typical fact pattern, a child from the decedent’s first marriage, following a failed attempt to have the decedent’s estate planning documents overturned, brought an action against the decedent’s second spouse for tortious interference. While she prevailed at trial, the Court overturned the judgment because there was no competent evidence to support a claim for tortious interference with an expectancy.

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