Dating a widow with children

On July 19, the Paterakis siblings filed an updated accounting of the estate, adding additional income and subtracting various expenses.The Met Life stock was sold for a more than ,700 profit, for example, and there were six state income tax refunds from 2012 to 2015 that totaled almost ,000.Documents filed in Orphans’ Court show trouble brewing between Roula Paterakis and her husband’s children by his first wife over the past year.In July, she requested and received 90 additional days to decide if — rather than accepting what she was left in the will — she would choose to take one-third of his estate as allowed by Maryland statute. 11, she sought another three-month extension, citing a dispute over the estate.Firing back at their father’s second wife, two children of the late John Paterakis said in a court filing on Monday that her “defamatory and scurrilous” charges against them in a lawsuit over his fortune are an attempt to “squeeze the estate for far more” than the bakery mogul and Harbor East developer intended to leave her.“Essentially, Roula [Paterakis] alleges a fraudulent scheme to deprive her of an inheritance,” William J.Paterakis and Venice Paterakis Smith said in a petition to Orphans’ Court of Baltimore County.She alleges that her husband’s cash, assets and “controlling interest in the H&S Bakery enterprise” are worth more than

On July 19, the Paterakis siblings filed an updated accounting of the estate, adding additional income and subtracting various expenses.The Met Life stock was sold for a more than $2,700 profit, for example, and there were six state income tax refunds from 2012 to 2015 that totaled almost $36,000.Documents filed in Orphans’ Court show trouble brewing between Roula Paterakis and her husband’s children by his first wife over the past year.In July, she requested and received 90 additional days to decide if — rather than accepting what she was left in the will — she would choose to take one-third of his estate as allowed by Maryland statute. 11, she sought another three-month extension, citing a dispute over the estate.Firing back at their father’s second wife, two children of the late John Paterakis said in a court filing on Monday that her “defamatory and scurrilous” charges against them in a lawsuit over his fortune are an attempt to “squeeze the estate for far more” than the bakery mogul and Harbor East developer intended to leave her.“Essentially, Roula [Paterakis] alleges a fraudulent scheme to deprive her of an inheritance,” William J.Paterakis and Venice Paterakis Smith said in a petition to Orphans’ Court of Baltimore County.She alleges that her husband’s cash, assets and “controlling interest in the H&S Bakery enterprise” are worth more than $1 billion and should be part of his estate.The suit alleges that Paterakis’ children have withheld assets including millions of dollars in “cash hoards” that their father kept in safes and bank accounts.

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On July 19, the Paterakis siblings filed an updated accounting of the estate, adding additional income and subtracting various expenses.

The Met Life stock was sold for a more than $2,700 profit, for example, and there were six state income tax refunds from 2012 to 2015 that totaled almost $36,000.

Documents filed in Orphans’ Court show trouble brewing between Roula Paterakis and her husband’s children by his first wife over the past year.

billion and should be part of his estate.The suit alleges that Paterakis’ children have withheld assets including millions of dollars in “cash hoards” that their father kept in safes and bank accounts.

And if there’s a lot of money that’s at stake, to mix metaphors, that’s almost strike three.“You’re almost guaranteed litigation,” he said.Usually there is motivation to handle any disputes without going to court, he said, both to keep from airing any dirty laundry and to preserve as much wealth as possible rather than going through an expensive legal battle.“They almost always settle,” Tanouye said.“There has to be some amount of money that would make this go away.Are the children willing to give that up to avoid the fight?”The petition for a scheduling conference filed in Orphans’ Court on Monday indicates the fight may go on for a while.Paterakis married Antoinette “Toni” Apostolou in 1950; they had six children and divorced about 40 years later.

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