Bases for Challenging a Will: Part I

Posted by Gregory Singleton | Mar 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

In today's video we start our discussion of challenging a will. In order to do so, of course, you need a legal basis. In Part I of this two part series, we look at the statutory bases for challenging a will. Those are:

  1. Testamentary Capacity
  2. Undue Influence
  3. Fraud
  4. Duress
  5. Mistake
  6. Revocation

Next time, in Part II of this two part series we'll explore the non-statutory bases for challenging a will. We'll also look at some commonly attempted bases that just don't work out.

If you are interested in challenging a will, or are afraid that when you probate a will that it will be challenged, contact Signature Law for a free consultation.

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