Objections to a decedent’s will must be filed in probate court within a certain number of days after receiving notice of the death or petition to admit the will to probate. Some of the most common objections are that the decedent lacked mental capacity at the time the will was executed; there force or undue influence; the will was forged, or the will was not properly drawn, signed or witnessed, according to the state’s formal requirements.
What are valid reasons to contest a will?
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