Incapacity. A period will can be declared void if a person was not of sound mind when drafting the will. The fact a testator has dementia at the time an estate plan is executed is not, in and of itself, sufficient to establish a lack of testamentary capacity.
Fraudulent Circumstances. A person makes a false claim about an intended heir’s criminal wrongdoing to prevent them from their inheritance or a person makes a false promise to persuade someone to leave a bequest in their will.
The Will was not properly drafted, witnessed or executed. The legal requirements for signing the will are not met; only having one witness when two are required. Although Nevada permits holographic wills which do not require witnesses, there can still be circumstances in which the holographic will can be challenged due to its improper execution.
When you hire Drizin Law to represent you during your will contest, rest assured we will aggressively represent your interests.