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How can you Contest a Will?

Posted by Peter Tilem || 27-Apr-2015

Last Will and Testament It’s probably best to contact an experienced estate attorney to discuss this concern. You might be able to contest a will on lack of testamentary capacity, wrongful execution, undue influence, fraud, or mistake among other factors. However, once a will has been admitted to probate, it’s often very difficult to contest that will. Every case is different and depends on a multitude of factors. If you need help contesting a will, contact one of our experienced estate lawyers today to learn how we can help.

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