Rochester Estate Planning Attorney Discusses Grounds for Contesting a Will

As an experienced Rochester Estate Planning Attorney, people often ask me about the grounds for contesting a will.

  • There are 4 grounds for contesting a will in New York;
  • The first ground is lack of due execution
  • The second ground is lack of testamentary capacity
  • The third ground is undue influence
  • The fourth ground is duress, when a person is forced to sign a will against their consent.

Do you want to contest a will?  If so, contact the experienced Rochester Estate Planning Attorney Robert Friedman.

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