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How Long Does it Take to Challenge a Will?

How Long Does it Take to Challenge a Will?

The loss of a loved one is never easy, and matters can be further complicated when there are issues with the will. If you believe that a lack of mental capacity, undue influence, fraud, forgery, or another issue renders a will invalid, you may have a valid claim for...
What to do When You Suspect a Will is Forged

What to do When You Suspect a Will is Forged

The passing of a loved one is never easy, but some of the burden of the loss is mitigated by the drafting of a will and estate plan. Oftentimes, the deceased will have discussed their estate plan with family members, so the reading of a will is usually a fairly...
Examples of Will Contest Situations

Examples of Will Contest Situations

When a loved one passes away, his or her estate goes to probate to be administered according to the estate plan or state law. If that person had a final will and testament or other estate planning documents, the executor of the estate will distribute assets as ordered...
Challenging a Will: Why Speed Matters

Challenging a Will: Why Speed Matters

After the death of a loved one, his or her estate goes to probate and the assets are distributed to the heirs and beneficiaries according to the wishes outlined in the final will and testament. In the vast majority of cases, this process runs smoothly and without...
What Happens When a Sibling Disputes a Parent’s Will?

What Happens When a Sibling Disputes a Parent’s Will?

The death of a parent is often a painful and traumatic experience. It can also cause or deepen rifts between siblings, especially once issues of inheritance and estates are discussed. In the most serious cases of sibling discontent, a sibling may choose to contest the...
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