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District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 2, California.

IN RE: the ESTATE of Dagmar A. HOPPERSTAD, Deceased. Stanford Jay HOWARD, a minor, by John D. Miller, his Guardian ad Litem, Objector and Respondent, v. David K. ARNOLD, as Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate, Petitioner and Appellant.

Civ. 20260.

Decided: June 16, 1954

J. F. Marshall, Long Beach, for petitioner. John D. Miller, Long Beach, for objector.

Pursuant to the order of this court of March 31, 1954, the Honorable Beach Vasey, Judge of the Superior Court, Los Angeles County, made findings in LB P–24074. He determined after hearing that the compromise and settlement of the controversy between David Keith Arnold as administrator with the will annexed of the above entitled estate, and Stanford Jay Howard, a minor through his guardian John D. Miller, should be approved. It appearing to this court that such compromise is fair and reasonable, and that the conclusion reached by said judge is for the best interest of the minor and of the said estate of Dagmar A. Hopperstad,

It is ordered and adjudged that the proposed compromise entitled ‘Stipulation and Agreement of Settlement and Compromise, and for Distribution in the Above Entitled Estate’ be and the same is hereby approved.


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