ROBERT P. DOUGHERTY III, Marshall v. Marshall: Playmates, Prenupts and the Probate Exception, 61 Arkansas Law Review 329 (2008)

Robert P. Dougherty III's case note discusses the Supreme Court's ruling in Marshall v. Marshall that Vickie Lynn Marshall (better known as Anna Nicole Smith) was entitled to bring her claim against her stepson for tortious interference with her inheritance from her deceased husband in federal court, despite the fact that the Probate Court of Harris County, Texas, had jurisdiction over the administration

Robert P. Dougherty III's case note discusses the Supreme Court's ruling in Marshall v. Marshall that Vickie Lynn Marshall (better known as Anna Nicole Smith) was entitled to bring her claim against her stepson for tortious interference with her inheritance from her deceased husband in federal court, despite the fact that the Probate Court of Harris County, Texas, had jurisdiction over the administration of her husband's estate.

Shortly after her husband's death, Anna Nicole fi

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