Will & Trust Contests
Are You Planning to Contest a Will or Trust?
Creating a will can be daunting, as the outcome holds significant weight for the future. Matters become even more serious when there is reason to believe that the will is invalid. If you are interested in contesting a will, it is important to secure the assistance of a Nassau County will contest lawyer as soon as possible. At The Virdone Law Firm, P.C., we have over 20 years of experience handling will and trust matters. We can evaluate your case through a free consultation and create a plan that best fits your needs. Our attorneys are committed to giving each client the highest level of service possible. Your priorities become our priorities – call today!
How Is a Will Contested?
A will can be contested when there is reason to believe that the terms of the document are invalid, or when an individual is concerned that they did not receive enough from the estate. The state of New York has several qualifications that can lead to an invalid will.
These qualifications include all of the following:
- Fraud or excessive influence
- Impaired mental capacity
- Invalid execution
If the probate court determines that any one of these issues existed when the will was created, they may invalidate the will. The more substantial your proof, the greater the chances that the will is going to be invalidated.
Retain a Nassau County Elder Law Lawyer
We know that when a loved one dies, there are a lot of decisions to be made and it can be difficult to think clearly in the midst of sadness and pain. The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. seeks to handle each case with compassion and skill. When you hire our firm, we share the burden that you are facing.
Contact a Long Island elder lawyer from our firm for more information on how we can assist you. Your free consultation awaits!
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