What are legitimate grounds for contesting a will?
Nutley, New Jersey estate planning and probate attorney, Brad Micklin, talks about legitimate grounds for contesting a will.
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Well, legitimate grounds for contesting a will would be either you felt the testator of the individual who passed was either incompetent or that they were subject to somebody else’s influence such to the extent that they were not able to draft a will that would have really matched their own intentions but instead matched the other person’s intentions. It’s considered what’s called a confidential relationship.