People often consider contesting a will. Sometimes, their reasons are unjustified. Other times, the will truly doesn’t reflect the final wished of the testator who passed away.  If you have legal standing for contesting a will, you may. You might want to only void part of the will or the entire will.

Justified Reasons For Contesting A Will

There are many reasons for contesting a will. The most common reasons for contesting a will include:

  • Lack of testamentary capacity
  • Fraud
  • Undue influence
  • Mistakes
  • Fiduciary mismanagement

If you choose to contest a will for any reason, you’ll need to consult with a good probate attorney. The burden of proof will be on you as the party contesting the will.

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