Successfully defended a spouse in a probate matter involving a motion to reopen her late husband’s estate proceeding. The decedent’s property was already administered pursuant to a court order which left everything to the spouse.  The moving party claimed he had recently found the decedent’s will in which the decedent had left the bulk of the estate to him, and that the spouse therefore was not entitled to the decedent’s property.  Ms. Tsylina was able to prove that the decedent had revoked that will and that the distribution to the spouse was therefore appropriate.  Ms. Tsylina also successfully argued that the moving party significantly delayed bringing the probate proceedings before the Court.  The motion was denied in favor of Ms. Tsylina’s client, with the original court order on spousal property petition left undisturbed.