New York Daily News: “A family feud over a father’s will that has raged for more than a quarter-century – pitting two sisters against their brother in a Bronx court – may finally be over. Diana Sakow and Evelyn Breslaw were naive young women when their father, real estate investor Max Sakow, died of a heart attack in 1956. Now retired golden-agers, the sisters have been awarded part of their father’s holdings, capping one of the longest-running probate battles in the city.”
Max Sakow’s Childrens’ 27 Years of Fighting in Court over Estate May End Soon
By On the Net|2011-05-17T13:38:17-07:00February 17th, 2010|
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