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My friend's brother (Jon) died. One of the nonprobate assets is a life insurance policy on which his stepdaughter is the named beneficiary. Some time after the designation was made and before Jon died, his stepdaughter Tara developed a serious drug problem and began hanging around with other addicts. Jon told his siblings -- including in writing -- that if he died he didn't want anything to go to Tara because she would only use anything she received to buy drugs and kill herself, basically. He did not, however, change the beneficiary designation. Is there any way that designation can be challenged based on his professed intent regarding not giving money to his stepdaughter? Can it be challenged on any other basis?