Court Contest of Last Will & Testament
In order to contest a Last Will & Testament, there has to be some kind of impropriety, such as that the Last Will & Testament didn’t have the proper legal formalities, like execution of the Last Will & Testament without proper witnesses, notary, or other requirements, the Testator or Testatrix of the Last Will & Testament lacked mental capacity (i.e., was senile or suffering from dementia), the Testator or Testatrix of the Last Will & Testament were under undue influence of another person, the assets of Last Will & Testament were distributed in violation of state law, there was unclear, confusing, or ambiguous language in the Last Will & Testament, there was a breach of fiduciary duty by the Trustee, Personal Representative, Executor or Executrix for failure to make proper or timely distributions, failure to make proper or timely accountings, failure to administer the Last Will & Testament in the manner required by the document, self dealing, fraud or excessive compensation. Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. stands ready to help you to contest the Last Will & Testament. Click here to submit information about your individual situation and an attorney will contact you.
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