Charasz v. Rozenblum
Actions for divorce and ancillary relief brought by husband and wife did not abate upon the death of the husband, and thus executor of husband’s estate was properly substituted in actions; a right to equitable distribution asserted during a party’s lifetime survived the party’s death, and trial court had made the final adjudication of divorce before husband’s death but only had not performed the ministerial act of entering the final judgment.
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