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Challenging a Will on Competency Grounds

It's a fact of life that at some point, you may be named in a loved one's will. You may imagine that you'll be left with a portion or share of that person's estate, a "piece of their pie." But what if your share is smaller than you thought - or it there's nothing at all? If so, there's a possible legal remedy. You can object to the will, or in legal terms, contest it. Here are some questions you need to ask: