Practice Area

Undue Influence &
Testamentary Capacity Litigation

Defending Legacies

Sometimes, a will can be contested because the Plaintiff has reasonable cause to believe that someone forcibly influenced the will’s author, but the contents of the will do not reflect the desired division of the author’s assets. These cases can include an instance where the author placed trust in a lawyer to draft a will, who took advantage of the benefactor’s lack of knowledge and drafted a will that would benefit themselves. Our attorneys have the knowledge and the passion for examining a will in its entirety, navigating through its complexities and loopholes to determine the divide of assets according to the benefactor’s desires.

Attorneys Who Can Help

Julie Moore

Brian Duffy

J. Rutledge Young, III

J. Rutledge Young, III

Wilson Daniel

Wilson Daniel