will contest

Definition of "will contest"
  1. A legal dispute over the legitimacy of a will or its specific conditions, prompted by claims of undue manipulation, mental incompetence at the time of signing, improper enactment, or fraud like forgery
How to use "will contest" in a sentence
  1. After the billionaire's death, his relatives initiated a will contest, alleging he was unduly influenced.
  2. A will contest was inevitable due to suspicions of forgery.
  3. She launched a will contest, arguing that her father lacked mental capacity when he signed the will.

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