If your parent had previously executed a will, and you believe that it has since been changed, it is possible that he or she was the victim of undue influence. You may be able to contest the will in the probate court and have it rendered invalid.
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What steps should I take if I suspect a breach of fiduciary duty in probate while the settlor of the trust was still alive?
With the recent decision of the California Supreme Court in the case involving the Estate of Giraldin, beneficiaries now have even greater rights against trustees.
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This article explains how to invoke undue influence to contest a will or trust in California? If you believe undue influence exists, contact us today.
What counts as evidence in proving that duress played a role in the terms of a trust? Read more by San Diego probate attorneys at The Grossman Law Firm.
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If your loved one created a will while under duress, you may seek to have it invalidated. This is also true if your loved one was the victim of menace.
After a loved one passes, you may want to challenge the will. Only certain individuals, however, have standing to do so.