When may a Will be invalid?
The following are grounds which may render a Will invalid:
- Did the deceased intend to make the Will?
- Was it the deceased’s last Will and testament in time?
- Did the deceased have legal capacity and mental capacity when he/she made the Will?
- Did the deceased understand and approve the contents of the Will?
- Was the Will properly executed in accordance with the law i.e. was it signed and witnessed?
- Did the deceased make the Will under undue influence?
- Is there evidence that the Will was revoked and/or rewritten?
- Is there evidence of fraud or forgery in the Will documentation
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