Will Is Declared Invalid Or Void In A Will Contest Case

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Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman answers a common question about what happens when a Will is declared invalid by the Probate Court.

Video Transcript: In a will contest, if the will is declared to be invalid or void, the court will then look at a prior executed will. This can even be the case if that will has been torn up or otherwise destroyed. It is, in effect, resurrected and they look at the prior will. Sometimes, the prior will can be attacked for the same kind of reasons that the first will was attacked, and, as you can imagine, this involves much litigation, and again, is better whenever possible to try and resolve differences amicably while you are in control of the process.

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