Will & Trust Contests
Although no-contest clauses limit the grounds on which a beneficiary may contest a Will or a Trust, either may be contested if a beneficiary believes the Will or Trust was procured through fraud or undue influence, or that the Testator lacked capacity. Other times, a Will or Trust may be contested if the document itself is defective.
A Will or Trust contest should not be entered into lightly, as it can be costly and time consuming.
Therefore, it’s important to speak with an attorney about your eligibility to contest the will, and any alternatives to a contest before you proceed.
Our attorneys will explore all legal options available in your case, and develop strategies to help protect your rights.
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