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The typical grounds for contesting a will are (1) lack of testamentary capacity (different than mental capacity) and (2) undue influence; other grounds may be forgery, fraud, lack of testamentary intent, failure of formalities and solemnities, i.e., the requirements for executing a valid a will have not been met.... Read entire entry »


An "interested person" in a probate matter as defined in Section 3(r) of the Texas Probate Code means: "heirs, devisees, spouses, creditors, or any others having a property right in, or claim against, the estate being administered; and anyone interested in the welfare of an incapacitated person, including a minor." ... Read entire entry »

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