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Articles about Contesting
A will does not need to be notarized in California in order to be valid. If it is notarized, the notarization is not a valid substitute for a witness.
If you are suspicious about a loved one’s changed life insurance policy beneficiary designation, take action. Taking these steps could help with legal action.
This article focuses on how undue influence is proven in a California will contest or trust contest. If you suspect undue influence contact us today.
This article discusses a will contest based on lack of capacity (or mental incompetence) and explains the legal requirements to contest a will or trust in California. If you need help contesting a will or trust contact us today.
What makes trusts get attacked or vulnerable to litigation? Grossman Law discusses coercion and what qualifies as coercion.
The Grossman Law Firm explains contesting will legitimacy and how to identify whether a case can be made based on the grounds of mental incompetence.
The Grossman Law firm explain the various forms of duress (economic, physical, etc.) and how these threats may impact distribution of an estate.