No. 35075.

56 Wn.2d 139 (1960)

351 P.2d 531

In the Matter of the Estate of BESSIE BANKS, Deceased. S.L. BANKS, Appellant, v. FLOYD TATE et al., Respondents and Cross-appellants.

The Supreme Court of Washington, Department Two.

April 28, 1960.


S.L. Banks and Bessie Banks were married in 1908. During their married life, they engaged in the farming business in Whitman county and accumulated extensive community real and personal property.

October 17, 1949, Bessie Banks executed a will in which she nominated her husband as executor and devised a life estate in all of her property to him, with the remainder to a nephew, Floyd Tate, and two nieces, Grace Tate and Pearl Tate Lane. The Banks had...

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