Did You Know: If a family member saw your will and did not approve of it, they cannot contest it until after your death. Your will does not go into effect until you die; therefore, your beneficiaries have no say in your will until then. But, your beneficiaries will be able to contest the will in court after it is probated. You can discourage them from contesting your will by including a no-contest clause. Under this clause, a person who contests the will voids their inheritance from the will. Keep in mind, it is always best to speak with an attorney prior to adding a no-contest clause or contesting a will. For more information visit us at: https://www.thelegacylawyers.com/ If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or contact us at 714-963-7543. Know someone who will find this useful? Share it with your friends!