|Posté le: Mer 13 Déc - 09:51 (2017) Sujet du message: Law question *will contes
An elderly is lady bed ridden due to multiple strokes and other illnesses. No children, natural born or adopted.
One of the care-givers is the ex-wife of the lady?s nephew. This care-giver gets the elderly lady to transfer the real-estate over into the care-givers name (quitclaim deeds). The care-giver then gets the elderly lady to sign a new will, leaving all of the remaining estate to the care-givers son.
Before the elderly lady became ill, she had a previous will stating that one third of her estate would go to this care-givers son anyway, but the remaining two thirds would go to others. However, concerning the previous will, there is no original document, only a xerox copy of that will remains.
If the elderly lady?s direct heirs contest the latest will, would it be terribly expensive and difficult to prove *undue influence*? If the latest will is thrown out, it is likely that the court would except a copy of the previous will although it?s not an original document, or possibly not accept a copy of the previous will and just divide the estate up among the direct heirs?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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