- The will is defective because it was not properly drafted, executed, witnessed or contains some other type of error
- The will was signed by the deceased as a result of undue influence by another party
- The will is a forgery
- The decedent lacked the requisite mental capacity at the time the will was signed
- Fraud was involved in the signing of the will
- Their will was revoked by the decedent
- The terms of the will are inconsistent with other evidence of the decedents intent
If you successfully contest a will, the probate court may appoint you as the administrator of the estate. If you are interested in contesting a will, we will carefully walk with you every step of the way. You will never be left wondering what to do next. Plus we are here to answer your questions at no additional charge. Start today by calling to schedule your no-cost consultation: (714) 963-7543.