Conor Kennedy’s lawyer said Wednesday in Surrogate’s Court in White Plains, N.Y. that his client turned 18 on Tuesday, qualifying him to administer the estate of Mary Kennedy, who hanged herself in May.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Mary Kennedy seen on December 4, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images)
A lawyer for Robert Kennedy raised no objection. The judge said he expects to grant Conor Kennedy’s application.
Mary Kennedy’s sister, Martha Richardson, also was in court but did not go before the judge. She said she hadn’t decided whether she objects to Conor Kennedy’s application "
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