Legal Advice for Contesting a Will — 26 results
Written by attorney Robert Miller, almost 5 years ago.
Whether or not to contest a Will is a very important question with many issues to consider.
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, over 1 year ago.
Will contests are popular subjects today in New Jersey probate courts. Part of the reason, I beleive, is the economic climate of the country but also because New Jersey Probate Law allows... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 2 years ago.
A formal objection raised against the validity of a will, based on the contention that the will does not reflect the actual intent of the testator (the party who made the will). Will... more
Written by attorney Adrian Thomas, about 3 years ago.
What is a Florida Will Contest?
A Florida will contest is a challenge to the Last Will Testament submitted for probate on behalf of a decedent. This firm represents both executors who have... more
Written by attorney Gary Ashmore, over 3 years ago.
When an individual dies in the State of Texas with a Will, the Will is submitted to the Probate Court. Probate is the process by which a Will is legally recognized. Do any of the following... more
Written by attorney Jacob Nemer, over 3 years ago.
When a will is offered for probate, its validity can be challenged for a number of reasons. In Tennessee, grounds for contesting a will include the following:
(1) DEFECTIVE EXECUTION. A... more
Written by attorney Theodore Robinson, about 4 years ago.
If you believe that someone left you out of their Will improperly and you should have been entitled to receive something, then you want to be sure to review these aspects before going... more
Written by attorney George Constant, over 4 years ago.
Improper execution. This ground requires a finding that an essential element to a proper will execution is missing, e.g. lack of the required number of witnesses. Lack of Testamentary... more
Written by attorney Theodore Robinson, over 4 years ago.
When is a Will Contestable? The maker of a Will must be of "sound and disposing mind" in order to have a Will drawn up for them. They must also not be under any pressure from outside... more
Written by attorney Steven Ledbetter, over 4 years ago.
When can a will be challenged? A will can be challenged only after death, not while the maker of the will is still alive, although the facts surrounding the creation of the will can be... more