Practice Area

Will Contests

Ensuring Fair Distribution

Sometimes, there are challenges to a will when the Plaintiff believes that the deceased signed their will when they were not of sound mind, putting any beneficiaries at risk of not receiving their allotted assets. In such cases, the plaintiff often seeks to demonstrate that the deceased lacked the mental capacity required to make a valid will, potentially rendering the document void. This can lead to protracted legal battles as the court evaluates evidence of the deceased’s mental state at the time of signing. Ultimately, the goal is to ensure that the deceased’s wishes are honored while protecting the interests of rightful beneficiaries.

Attorneys Who Can Help

Julie Moore

Brian Duffy

J. Rutledge Young, III

J. Rutledge Young, III

Wilson Daniel

Wilson Daniel