You’ve likely seen something like this in a movie: At the reading of the will of a recently deceased family patriarch, the executor dramatically reveals that one or more heirs have unexpectedly been disinherited as a form of revenge for a long-ago transgression. But does this actually happen in real […]
Category: Will Challenges
Is it Really Possible to Disinherit Someone?
Fri Mar 29, 2019 | Will Challenges | Share
What Kinds of Behaviors Are Considered “Undue Influence”?
Mon Dec 31, 2018 | Will Challenges | Share
In order for a will to be valid in the state of Florida, it must meet several requirements, including that the testator (the person making the will) has the requisite mental capacity to execute a will. Concerns about the testator’s capacity, such as the testator suffering from dementia or a […]