Cornell v. Cornell

In Cornell v. Cornell, 165 Conn. 376, 385-86, 334 A.2d 888 (1973), the Court found that a will direction stating, "I direct that all estate, succession, inheritance and transfer taxes on the specific bequests in the will (together with any interest and penalties thereon), be paid out of my residuary estate as an expense of the settlement of my estate"; id., 380 n.5; was a sufficient direction against proration. Id., 386.