If you are concerned that a will does not reflect the true intent of the deceased then you should contact one of the experienced professionals at Young, Moore, and Henderson.
Under North Carolina Law a will can be contested based on several grounds. In recent years the rise of blended families and late in life marriages has caused an increase in the complex issues that arise in the distribution of estates. Some of the grounds on which wills can be challenged are:
It is important to act quickly if you are concerned about the validity of a will. It you wait too long you may find that all of the assets of the estate have been distributed from the estate. This will make it much more difficult to protect your interests if the will is found to be invalid.
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