Will contests and improper execution

Wills are disputed for different reasons that have been covered on this blog, such as undue influence. With that in mind, you should recognize that many other issues can lead to a will dispute, such as allegations that the will was not executed properly. From executors to beneficiaries and those creating a will, it is essential to have a firm grasp of rights and any responsibilities. Our New York law office can fully understand the stressors that people come across while handling these matters, but failing to approach the situation with care can be disastrous.

Wills are executed improperly in different ways and the laws vary from one state to the next. In some instances, a will may not be executed properly because witnesses were not present or because the will was not signed or in writing. If you are creating a will, it is absolutely pivotal to make sure that the will is executed correctly, since failure to do so could lead to a wide range of difficulties for your loved ones down the road.

When a will contest arises over improper execution or any other factor, the path forward can be challenging for everyone involved. Sometimes, these disputes can turn nasty so it is very helpful for those who are in the middle of a will contest to look for any possible ways they can minimize tensions or prevent disagreements from spiraling out of control.

Our will contests portal provides additional information interconnected with  improper execution and other will dispute causes.

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Will contests and improper execution

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