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Grounds for contesting a will

December 23rd 2020
 

An individual may challenge a will for a number of valid reasons. They may have been cut out of the will unreasonably; the testator (the person making a will) may not have had the mental capacity to make a will; the will may be invalid for a technical reason; or a claim may be based on ‘want of knowledge or approval’.

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