Sometimes, wills cause problems. A variety of factors can cause a will to be deemed invalid, rendering a court helpless to enforce it. Some reasons that could cause a will to be deemed invalid is if the deceased did not have the mental capacity required to make a will when they executed their will, if the deceased was improperly coerced into executing the will, or if the execution of the will did not adhere to the requirements set out by law.
Only certain people have standing to contest a will. If you have questions about whether or not you can contest a will, or if you are the beneficiary or executor of a will and have been notified that a will you are receiving property from or are executing has been contested, call Johnson Bowman Branco, LLP today!