A will contest, in the law of property, is a formal objection raised against the
validity of ... States to contest the validity of a will is limited to two classes of
On "interested persons" can challenge a will, including beneficiaries, heirs, and
other people who stand to lose if the will is deemed invalid.
Contesting a will can feel like the only choice if you believe you have been
treated unfairly or if family disputes re-emerge after the death of a partner, friend
In Tennessee, either party to a will contest case is entitled to a jury trial. ...
whether the deceased was incompetent because of a mental or physical
condition or ...
A will contest can only be filed by someone who has legal standing. ... to get to
the point where the Testator is deemed to have died "intestate," or without a will.
Whether or not you are a relative, if the deceased promised to include you in the
will in return for services that you provided, you may be able to challenge the ...
It's rare, but courts can toss out a will if it doesn't meet certain requirements. ...
heir or beneficiary can challenge it in probate court after the will maker's death.
May 1, 2000 ... You're not one to fight over money, but when you found out your Dad ... named in
a will or who would share in the deceased person's estate if ...
Will Contests. In general, people have a freedom of disposition that allows them
to give away their property during life or after death, and to decide who will get it ...
Mar 31, 2015 ... If you have been a dependant of someone who has died and you do not ... You
should get legal advice before starting a challenge at court.