By: Gary E. Bashian & James G. Yastion
PRISONER ABLE TO CONTEST WILL EVEN WHERE GUARDIAN
AD LITEM APPOINTED FOR HIM SAYS NO REASONABLE OBJECTION
The Objectant in this probate proceeding in the Estate of Allan Gormely, N.Y.L.J., August 28, 2003, at 22, col. 2 (Surr. Ct. Kings Co.) was a prisoner for whom a guardian ad litem was appointed. The issue was whether the Court should permit the prisoner to pursue his Objections, even where the guardian ad litem has found there to be no reasonable legal objection available.