In this practical webinar, you’ll receive guidance on how to anticipate and protect against potential, anticipated estate litigation relating to the probate of wills.
- Among other things, you’ll learn about the typical objections to probate and how to plan for and address such potential objections. In particular, you will learn about the following objections to probate: (a) Lack of Due Execution/Forgery; (b) Lack of Testamentary Capacity; (c) Undue Influence and Duress; and (d) Fraud
- You will also learn about Estate Planning Safeguards to Prevent the Invalid Execution of and/or Challenges to Wills
- You will also learn about an attorney’s ethical obligations to spot and address defects in testamentary capacity