Learn about Will Contest cases in under 10 minutes. Legal jargon free.
Contesting a Will: Your Rights as an Heir is a free PDF guide written by experienced probate litigators. Our goal is to help family members, heirs and beneficiaries understand if they could have a case or not.
Contesting a Will: Your Rights as an Heir is an essential guide for anyone that feels that they have been wrongfully written out of a loved one's will.
If this has happened to you, you have every reason to be shocked and upset. You may even feel cheated.
It's quite possible the will in question doesn't accurately reflect the true wishes and desires of your recently-deceased loved one.
If you don't take action NOW, the true wishes and desires of your loved one might never be carried out. And you could lose access to assets that are rightfully yours. Forever.
By reading this 8-page guide, you will learn:
- The role the Probate Court plays in will contest cases: If you are considering contesting a will, you will need to familiarize yourself with the Probate Court. Every county has it's own Probate Court, and you'll need to work with the one that your loved one lived and died in.
- The two ways to prove a will does not reflect what your loved one actually wanted: We will explain to you what "lack of testamentary capacity" and "undue influence" are. You can use both these arguments to prove that a will is invalid.
- What happens if you 'win': It is important to know what will happen if you win your case. Sometimes, its in your best interest not to challenge the will in the first place.
All this information is available to you in an easy to read fashion. No law degree needed.
The best part is, by reading this guide, you don't have to wait to get your most important questions answered. You don't have to waste your time or money to meet with a lawyer.
Get these questions answered, and more:
- What documents do I need to contest a will?
- What is the Probate Court and what function does it play?
- What is the statute of limitations on will contest cases?
- How do I prove that my loved one was manipulated into changing their estate plan?
- What are my legal options?
There's no obligation to work with us after downloading the guide. We just want to educate as many people as possible.
We've seen way too many people wait to get this valuable information. By the time they decide to take legal action, it's too late.
Take action now. This guide could end up savings you thousands of dollars.