Estate of Barkat A. Khan, Deceased, Mohammed Aslam Khan, Executor - Page 11
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While in the United States, decedent resided with Aslam and
his family. Aslam lived in a house owned by the family
partnership. He added a bedroom and bath to the house for
decedent's use. Decedent obtained a Social Security number.
Decedent did not obtain a library card or join any social
organizations, such as the American Association of Retired
Persons. He was often visited by friends and associates who had
come to the United States from Pakistan.
For purposes of filing decedent's 1985 tax return, Lucchesi
advised Woodmansee that decedent had come to the United States
during 1985 to live. Woodmansee prepared a Form 1040 marked
"dual status" for decedent for the taxable year 1985, because
decedent resided in Pakistan for part of the year and in the
United States for the remainder of the year. Aslam filed the
Form 1040 for decedent for the 1985 taxable year.
Decedent and Aslam frequently met with Kutz to discuss the
division of the remaining assets of the Fazal-Namat Ranch.
Although decedent understood a little English, he did not read,
write, or speak English. Aslam served as a translator for
In 1986, decedent thought he had reached an oral agreement
with Chrag and Mohammed Ali for the division of the partnership
property. During that year, Aslam became ill and was
hospitalized for about a month. Aslam was not able to travel to
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