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A will has to be filed for probate within four years of the death of the testator. After four years, a will can be filed as a muniment of title but only if the person filing the will is not "in default." When a late filed will is opposed, the issue is usually concerned with whether or not the person filing the will late was in default.What is the writ of certiorari or rule of 4?
The rule of four is a Supreme Court of the United States practice that permits four of the nine justices to grant a writ of certiorari. This is done specifically to prevent a majority of the Court from controlling the Court's docket. The rule of four is not required by the Constitution, any law, or even the Supreme Court's own published rules.Where is probate court in Dallas?
Dallas County Probate Court is located in Dallas county in Alabama. The court address is 105 Lauderdale St, PO Box 987, Selma AL 36702.