What Does Standing Mean In A Will Contest Case?

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Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman answers a common question about the meaning of the term “standing” in a will contest case.

Video Transcript:

“Standing” is a technical word that’s used in the court system. It means that you have an axe to grind; it means that you are a person who is interested in the outcome of this will contest. Independent third parties that don’t have anything to do with the will contest generally don’t have standing to bring an action to contest a will.

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