S'pore teen asks High Court to block adoptive father, who killed his mother, from inheritance

Paul Leslie Quirk was jailed for 10 years on May 24, 2021, for the murder of his wife Christina in 2020. PHOTOS: ST FILE, PAUL QUIRK/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - The teenage son of a woman who was battered and stabbed to death by her second husband is seeking to block her killer from inheriting his share of the woman's estate.

The 16-year-old is the legal son of the killer, Paul Leslie Quirk, who adopted the boy after marrying the teen's mother, Madam Christina Khoo Gek Hwa, in 2017.

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