Atlanta Probate Attorney John T. Mroczko successfully represented an Estate in a wrongful death apportionment case. Mr. Mroczko was able to successfully resolve the apportionment case for the Estate. Atlanta Probate Attorney John T. Mroczko has years of experience as … Continue reading
Posted in General News, Headlines, Notable Wins
Tagged Atlanta Probate Attorney, Atlanta Probate Lawyer, attorney, bartow county, Cartersville Probate Attorney, Cherokee County Probate, Clayton Probate, Cobb County Probate, Cobb County Probate Attorney, Dekalb County Probate, Dekalb Probate, Estates, Executor, Fiduciary Duties, Fulton County Probate, Fulton County Probate Attorney, Fulton Probate, Fulton Probate Attorney, Fulton Probate Court, Fulton Probate Lawyer, Georgia Probate, Georgia Probate Attorney, georgia super lawyer, Georgia Wills, Gwinnett County Probate, Lost Will, Probate Attorney, Probate Court, Probate Lawyer, Trusts and Estates, Wills, Wills and Trusts
Bocker v. Crisp, et al., —S.E.2d—, 2012 WL 130559, Ga.App. (2012), where John sucessfully represented a beneficiciary of an estate before the Georgia Court of Appeals affirming the trial court’s order awarding compensatory damages, punitive damages and attorney fees for the personal … Continue reading
In re Estate of Charles M. McDaniel, Probate Court of Gordon County (2011), where John successfully represented a disinherited child in a will contest and negotiated a very favorable settlement for the child so that she ended up taking over … Continue reading
In re Estate of Jeannette Stephens, Superior Court of Bartow County (2011), where John successfully represented and negotiated a favorable settlement for the Shriners Hospital for Children and a large local church.
In re Estate of Elmer Howard, Probate Court of Gordon County (2011), where John successfully represented the heirs at law of the decedent against a care-taker who propounded a will to the probate court leaving the entire estate to the care-taker … Continue reading
In re Estate of Ervin Lamar Mercer, Superior Court of Gordon County (2011), where John successfully negotiated a favorable settlement for a daughter who had been disinherited from her father.
Enoch Overby, as Administrator with will annexed of Everette L. DeFoor v. Joel DuPree, Superior Court of Gordon County, Civil Action Number 09-CV-53610 (2010), where John successfully represented a debtor to set aside a deficiency judgment arising out of a non-judicial … Continue reading