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Asked on: 9/23/11, 10:11 am

What could happen if soimeone changed a will and the person wasn't in her

right mind. what could be done.

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Answered on: 9/23/11, 10:33 am by Larry Raiken

You could challenge the will in court. If you do you will need an attorney. Please contact me.


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Answered on: 9/23/11, 11:19 am by Robert Davies

I have represented people in this kind of case - a Will contest - oh, a lot of times. You have a time limit to challenge the Will.

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