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REGISTER OF WILLS
Rule 10.4A Appeals from the Register of Wills
- Appeals from the judicial acts or proceedings of the Register shall bear the caption of this court, and shall be filed with the clerk. A notice of appeal shall be filed concurrently with the Register.
- The appeal shall be in the form of a petition, setting forth the nature of the proceedings before the Register, the basis for the appeal, the names and addresses of all interested parties and the necessary jurisdictional facts together with a preliminary decree and citation.
- If the petition sets forth a prima facie case, the court will award a citation directed to all interested parties to show cause why the appeal should not be sustained and the act or decision of the Register set aside.
- The Register shall certify its record to the clerk, in due course.