Bases for Challenging a Will: Part II

Posted by Gregory Singleton | Mar 31, 2021 | 0 Comments

In todays video we tackle Part 2 of our two part series, Bases for Challenging a Will. In Part 1, we discussed statutory bases for challenging a will. In Part 2 we discuss the non-statutory bases, which include:

  • Promises
  • Life Partner Situation
  • Drafting Error (errors in execution and ambiguity in the will)

Some of these are good bases, others, not so much. Additionally, we look at what happens if you challenge a will, are successful, and end up invalidating a will.

If you are in a situation where a will is being challenged or you are considering challenging a will that is going through probate, please feel free to contact Signature Law for a free consultation.

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Gregory Singleton

Trusted Legal Advisor Gregory Singleton is a skilled attorney, experienced in both litigation and transactional work. He has tried multi-million-dollar cases and has negotiated multi-billion dollar contracts. With Signature Law, his goal is to make the law accessible to you, your families, and y...


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