Learn about the grounds for contesting a will in this video for guidance. Then, give our Buffalo attorneys to get started on your case today.
As an experienced New York Estate Planning Attorney, I often get questions from clients regarding the grounds for contesting a will in New York. There are 4 grounds for contesting a will;
- The first ground is lack of due execution
- The second ground is lack of testamentary capacity
- The third ground is undue influence
- The fourth ground is duress, when a person is forced to sign a will against their consent.
Are you considering contesting a will in New York? If so, contact experienced New York Estate Planning Attorney Robert Friedman for dedicated representation. This educational legal video was brought to you by Robert Friedman, an experienced New York Estate Planning Attorney.
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