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2010 Georgia Code
O.C.G.A. 53-5-4 (2010)
TITLE 53 - WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES
CHAPTER 5 - YEAR'S SUPPORT
§ 53-5-4 - (Pre-1998 Probate Code) Entitlement of surviving spouse and minor children to year's support for subsequent years
53-5-4. (Pre-1998 Probate Code) Entitlement of surviving spouse and minor children to year's support for subsequent years
When an estate is to be kept together for more than 12 months, the surviving spouse and minor children of the deceased shall, upon application and proceedings thereon as in the case of an initial year's support, have a year's support for each such additional year that the estate may be kept together, provided that more than three months have elapsed since the last insertion of the notice to creditors required by Code Section 53-7-92 and that there are sufficient assets in the estate to award such additional year's support and to pay all known unpaid debts and claims against the estate.
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