Estate leaves couples in wedding limbo
Dozens of couples from our area are in matrimonial limbo. They paid a lot of money to reserve their wedding dates at an estate in Elkins Park, Montgomery County, but they are now caught in the crossfire of a legal battle.
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#1 Jan 6, 2011
The land conservancy (David Dobson), was not a
qualified buyer. I feel sorry for the disappoiuntment this brings to many brides. I do not feel that they would still get married there with the future of the property in uncertainty.
I will continue to pray for a healthy outcome.
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