May 23, 2013 - Contested wills, unfortunately, are sometimes part of the probate and estate settlement process. Most of the challenges to invalidate Wills are by potential heirs or beneficiaries who got little or nothing. Questions on the validity of a Will must be filed in probate court within a certain number of days after receiving notice of the … Continue reading "What is the basis for a will contest?"
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