Undue Influence (noun): Refers to outside pressures which deny the free will of the Will maker. Undue influence may take the form of isolating the weaker person, promoting dependency, or inducing fear and distrust of others, among other manipulations. If proven in a Will Contest, can void the Will in question.
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