What are some grounds for contesting a will?

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What are some grounds for contesting a will?

There are a wide range of grounds for considering such a course of action. Key among them include:

  • A belief that undue influence from another person who used this power to manipulate the outcome, and deprives the person whose will it is from making decisions by their own free will
  • An assertion that the testator, whose will is in dispute, did not have the necessary mental capacity to fully understand their asset situation or be aware that he or she was actually creating a will
  • Based on technical faults such as missing signatures or paperwork errors

As a Denver estate planning law firm, Meurer Law Offices can advise on these and many other such situations, starting with a free consultation. We can be reached by calling 303-991-3544

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