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The death of a loved one leaves numerous questions. Mainly among them is how to treat the property and assets left behind. Elderly individuals often have wills, they are not immune from a will contest and on occasions a will should be disputed. If you are planning on disputing a loved one's will, you will need the help of a skilled attorney. James Judkins is that attorney.
In the last decade, Attorney James Judkins has spent more time trying cases before judges than most lawyers spend their entire lives. He has tried high-stakes criminal defense and family law cases. He has secured outcomes for his clients that fulfilled their highest hopes. He is equipped with the skills, experience, resources, and experiences to bring your dispute before a judge and effectively argue it on your behalf.
GROUNDS FOR DISPUTING A WILL
Disputing a will can be accomplished only by someone affected by it's terms. A person with qualifying with standing must also have grounds. These grounds are usually subjective, which is why it is vital to have a litigator in your corner arguing the finer points of law and procedure is what has established James Judkins as one of the premier litigators in Middle Tennessee.
GROUNDS FOR DISPUTING A WILL USUALLY INVOLVE
- Improper execution
- Undue influence
- Lack of capacity
Multiple factors could be at play in disputing a will. For instance, the physical health of the testator is vital when determining if an individual was mentally capable of wiring their own will. Proving these factors and gathering evidence in support of your complaint will be the first things our firm will do if you choose us to help you.